In my tenth grade year, I found myself in the Youth Leadership Highlands program, visiting different businesses in my community that I never knew existed. When I heard about the Youth Leadership Highlands V2 in eleventh grade, I couldn’t wait to join and give back to the community in Sebring. I became very interested and committed once I learned that our focus would be on the Child Advocacy Center. After my first visit during my tenth grade year, I was extremely curious about
For social services day Youth Leadership Highlands had the privilege of visiting five places in Sebring. We started our day at New Concepts, an adult day care. Spending time with the people and making Christmas ornaments was tons of fun, and all of the smiles and spunky personalities were a plus! Next, we made a stop at the Redlands Christian Migrant Association, a child daycare provided for parents and migrant workers. Welcoming students and leaders showed us their classroom
Hello, I'm Bryce Langston, a Youth Leadership Highlands Class V member. This has been my second year participating in the program. As a way of putting to action what was learned from the first year of the YLH program, a group of other second year students and I were able to participate in a service project. For the past few months, we have met every three weeks at the Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) in Sebring with the intent of planning it’s redesigning, taking into account
Your Looking at it! MGSF is blogging. MGSF is excited for this new feature to go live very soon! Students from the community will be posting blogs updating and informing the public of their community service activities and memorable experiences with MGSF.