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Youth Leadership Workshop

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What you will learn

Learn to win at the Youth Leadership Workshop (YLW)!

The Youth Leadership Workshop is a custom training to teach you the skills you need to empower your membership.

LI has taken the best of our flagship training, The Youth Leadership School, and developed a 3-hour workshop to fit your group's specific needs.

At this YLW, you'll hear from our expert faculty about one of the following topics:

  • Recruitment -- Finding your people
  • Communication -- Developing a winning message
  • Leadership -- Learning to lead
  • Campaign -- Mobilizing your vote
  • Activism -- Activating your campus


Starts Tuesday, November 16

Tue 16:   6:00 PM - 9:00 PM


Truman State University
Kirksville, MO 63501 Map




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Your faculty

Celtin Clardie

Celtin Clardie

Celtin Clardie is the Leadership Institute's Regional Field Coordinator for the states of Arkansas, Illinois, Oklahoma, and Missouri where he manages a network of over 100 student groups. In this role he travels across the Midwest identifying, training, and equipping conservative, libertarian, pro-life, and pro-Israel minded students to make an impact on their campus.

Since high school he has been heavily involved politics. Throughout his time as a homeschooled student he traveled and worked on campaigns with the organization Generation Joshua in addition to other civic involvement including lobbying at various state capitols for homeschool rights and assisting with several local and statewide elections. In the Fall of 2019, Celtin served as the Leadership Institute's Field Representative for the state of Illinois where he was able to organize over 1,700 conservative/libertarian students across the state in hosting over 50 activism events, hosting over 30 speakers, and creating 15 new student organizations on campus. Throughout his time at the Leadership Institute Celtin has started over 150 student organizations, identified nearly 10,000 conservative students, and taught various trainings.