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LEAD Green hosts Third Annual Event
Designed for and inspired by the young leaders of Churchill County, LEAD Green’s third annual summit will be held on Feb 15-16 at Churchill County High School. With “Being in the Now” as this year’s summit theme, participants will engage in robust leadership development rooted in personal narrative, mindfulness and goal setting.
Leadership summit: Act Local, Think Global
The second annual two-day LEAD Green Leadership Summit encouraged local high-school students to learn more about themselves and the world around them.
This year's theme of "Act Local, Think Global," provided students of Churchill County an opportunity to look at the future and learn from others who have an interest in the community and the world. They also heard from a former CCHS graduate who has lived in Afghanistan...
Churchill County to host student leadership summit
Even high school students in Fallon can address international issues.
That is one of the messages to be delivered at the second annual LEAD Green Leadership Summit scheduled Aug. 3-4 at Churchill County High School.
This year's summit, for students of CCHS and Oasis Academy, has a theme of, "Act Local. Think Global."
LEAD Green hosts first leadership event
Find your why and chase it.
That was the message from community leaders and graduates when LEAD Green held its inaugural summit last weekend.
The nonprofit, founded by Churchill County High School graduate Garrett Kalt, is dedicated to cultivating local high-school students through leadership, education, awareness and development (LEAD)...
Nonprofit to cultivate local youth leaders
A nonprofit dedicated to cultivating high-school students in Churchill County through leadership, education, awareness and development (LEAD) recently launched.
Former Greenwave Garrett Kalt, who graduated in 2014 from Churchill County High School, started the Nevada 501c(3) nonprofit known as LEAD Green with the help of community leaders.
"This organization will provide students with a unique opportunity to grow as leaders and personally as individuals," Kalt said. "LEAD Green is one way for me to pay it forward and give back to a community that shaped me into the person I am today."