With some hard work and dedication, you can reach your Summit goals.
A new school year has started and we’re busy planning the 2019 Leadership Summits. Over 1,000 student leaders from around the world attended the Summits last summer, and even more will join us next year.
As we talk with families about the programs, one common question is about paying for the tuition. While this is a big investment for most, with hard work and creative fundraising strategies, it's possible. Here are some great ways to help cover the cost of tuition.
We are very excited to be able to expand scholarships for 2019 Summits! We will be awarding over 30 need- and merit-based scholarships based on financial need, scholastic achievement, and community involvement. Find out more details and get your application here.
CONTESTS AND AWARDS
Throughout the months leading up to the program, we will have several opportunities for you to participate in contests for a chance to win funds toward your tuition. Get involved, show what you've got, and see your efforts pay off. To hear about these contests and awards, like our Facebook page.
You might be surprised to find out that most of our students fundraise for the Summits. Whether you are raising a portion or the entirety of your tuition, it can be done! To help, each #FundFriday we will be posting a new fundraising idea on this blog. Stay tuned and be sure not to miss anything by signing up for our our newsletter on the right. These tried-and-true ideas come from students just like you!
FLEX PAYMENT PLANS
Last but not least, to make tuition payments more manageable, we offer flexible payment plans. Contacts us for more information.
HELP IS A CLICK OR CALL AWAY
Check back here often for new ideas and inspiration from your fellow student leaders. And know that we are always here to help. If you run into roadblocks or simply need to bounce ideas off someone, call us.
Remember, as with any goal, the Leadership Summit is within your reach. You've got this!
Are you a superstar fundraiser? Email your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. You could be featured on a #FUNDFriday blog post!
By Kathy Mellstrom
Kathy is the Program Director and Co-Founder of Ambassador Leaders and has been involved with the program for over 10 years. As a mom of three children, she is personally invested in helping students realize their true potential.