This weekend, the Leadership Institute (LI) trained its 200,000th conservative activist at the National Youth Leadership School on July 15 at LI’s Steven P.J. Wood Building in Arlington, Virginia.
Since 1979, the Leadership Institute has worked to increase the number and effectiveness of youth activists in the public policy process. To achieve this goal, LI offers 47 types of training schools, workshops, and seminars; a free employment placement service; and a national field program that trains conservative students to organize campus groups.
Shekinah Hollingsworth, LI’s 200,000th graduate, is a Maryland Campus Correspondent, and reports liberal bias and abuse on campus for Campus Reform. She studied political science at Salisbury University and works for the Black Conservative Federation.
As an intern at The Heritage Foundation in 2016, Shekinah was asked to appear on Fox News about the “Pyramid of White Supremacy” used by a professor at her alma mater.
She brought the same passion against liberal bias shown in this interview to the boot camp of politics, the Leadership Institute's Youth Leadership School. Shekinah and more than 130 other activists there learned best practices for organizing a youth-based campaign including tabling techniques, how to conduct a campus canvass, and how to recruit and retain volunteers.
If you would like to join the ranks of Shekinah and thousands of other conservative activists, register to attend an LI training here.