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Youth Leadership Programs
Teens 13-17 living in Gallatin and Park Counties are invited to be a part of Hopa Mountain’s Youth Leadership Program. The Youth Leadership Program offers teens weekly opportunities to strengthen their leadership skills through activities such as adventure-based experiential challenges, outdoor problem solving games, inquiry-based science education, local art projects, self-awareness exercises, and community service learning initiatives. The programs also help teens prepare and gain access to resources for college. To learn more about current Youth Leadership Program activities please visit http://hopamountain.org/youthblog/.
The Park County youth leadership program meets weekly during the school year on Tuesday afternoons from 4 - 5:30 p.m. in Livingston, usually at the Public Library. This program is offered in cooperation with LINKS for Learing.
The Gallatin County youth leadership program meets weekly during the school year on Saturdays, often at the Hopa Mountain office located at 234. E. Babcock from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
All activities are free-of-charge, thanks to generous support from The Beim Foundation, the Mountain Sky Guest Ranch Fund, the O.P. and W.E. Edwards Foundation, the Walter L. and Lucille Braun Family Charitable Gift Fund, The Treacy Foundation, Gilhousen Family Foundation, First Interstate BancSystem Foundation, Northwestern Energy, and Hopa Mountain members.
For more information on the 2013 school year programs, please contact Rich Collins at (406) 586-2455.
If you want to start a youth leadership program in your home community, you can download this program guide below and feel free to contact our office for more resources.
Download: Youth Leadership Manual
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