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Global Leaders Program
Washington, DC,
Phone: 202-439-3506
Fax: 301-989-1512

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Our venue this year, The George Washington University campus located in Washington DC, will be the home of our program! The YLI program will bring youth together for a week-long experience where they will be provided with the tools to further develop their leadership skills through a variety of activites, speakers, and challenges. Our updated program is open to students 14-17, and is available to anyone around the world, including former YLI students, and to siblings of alumni. The program is one week in length and will start on Saturday, July 23rd and will conclude the following Saturday, July 30th. The closing banquet on Friday, July 29th is open to family and friends to attend for $45. Please have them call the YLI office at 301-476-7592 to register and pay prior to WEDNESDAY, July 27th.  All students travelling individually to and/or from Washington DC will be escorted by YLI officials to and from Washington-Dulles (IAD), Baltimore-Washington (BWI), or Reagan National (DCA) airports at the start and finish of the conference.


Camp Type:
Year Established:
Age of Campers:
14 - 17
1475/wk (Please contact camp for exact pricing.)
Nearest Large City:
Washington, DC


  • Academic
  • Business
  • General Academics
  • International Studies
  • Leadership
  • Adventure
  • General
  • Ropes Course
  • Multisport
  • Social Skills
  • Etiquette
  • Personal Growth
  • College Prep ( Teen Option )
  • Community Service
  • Computer ( Teen Option )
  • Leadership ( Teen Option )


(Please contact camp directly for updated session schedule.)

 July 23 - 30, 2011



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"The team building activities were my favourites. Testing and pushing your limits, along with being in a situation where you need to rely on your team mates at least as much as you rely on yourself is a precious experience, with results that are often surprising. You learn to overcome fears, to act around your weaknesses, and to cooperate, you build confidence in yourself – and have a lot of fun while you're at it."
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