CFF Offers Leadership Challenge Scholarships to Student Leaders
Each year, the Carolinas Freedom Foundation offers 30 area high school students rising 11th and 12th graders
the opportunity to attend the weeklong General Hugh Shelton Leadership Challenge.
Students must hold a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, demonstrate
high moral character and possess leadership skills.
Retired General Hugh Shelton, also the 14th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
recently established the General H. Shelton Leadership Initiative for Leadership
Development to train students in developing strong leadership skills. A North Carolina
native and graduate of North Carolina State University, General Shelton returned
to his home state to inspire, educate and develop values-based leaders throughout
communities in North Carolina. The program was created in the belief that leadership
must be based on four core values: honesty, compassion, integrity and diversity.
The 2015 session in Charlotte will be held on the campus of UNC-C with the opening ceremony set
for the last week in June. To apply for a scholarship to the General Hugh Shelton
Youth Leadership Challenge please contact:
The weeklong camp curriculum includes:
| Leadership roles and accountability
| Team building
| Goal setting
| Integrity as a leader
| Leadership styles and situations
| Changing behaviors and motivating others
| Public speaking skills