Excellence in Leadership High School Conference
Updated: April 23, 2021
Freshman Forum assumes many leadership roles on TROY’S campus and stresses the importance of getting involved and making a difference. Freshman Forum commits to excellence in leadership through service, enthusiasm and Trojan Pride! We believe that when students come together and share ideas and ambitions, the possibilities are endless. The goal of this conference is to enhance the leadership abilities of high school students because we strongly believe in training young leaders now in order to prepare them for the future.
TROY University’s Freshman Forum would like to extend a warm invitation to you and your top student leaders to take part in this conference in order to develop and expand upon their leadership skills. We invite all high student leaders to attend this exciting and beneficial conference.
This year’s leadership conference will be split into two sessions in respect to the global pandemic. Each session will have a maximum of 250 students, along with accommodations, to ensure the safety of students and faculty. The 2021 Leadership Conference will be held on November 4, 2021. Submissions will be accepted online. High schools will be sent save the date information.
The morning will begin with check-in, proceed with an encouraging word from our speaker, then split up into team time with discussion, and finish the day with a catered lunch. We will also have a special leadership presentation showcasing some of the most outstanding leaders on the TROY campus. We have effective leaders here at TROY University and look forward to participating in educating the future leaders of Alabama.
John Kline Excellence in Leadership Award Information
The winner of this award will be a high school student leader from our region that has exemplified all of the attributes, and also the qualities, attitude, and servant hood of what an outstanding leader should be. This honor is awarded to an individual who made an impact through leadership development the past school year. Troy University is always educating the mind to think, the heart to feel, and the body to act. Leaders are to always educate others to be thinking of ways to improve and overcome obstacles, to always show compassion and a willingness to serve, and to always have their feet on the ground working diligently at whatever is ahead of them.
We ask all schools attending the conference to nominate one student for the scholarship. Nomination forms will be due a week before each session date. Submissions are to be submitted online.