Susan and Jack Rudin Leadership Conference

Susan and Jack Rudin Leadership Conference

Summer 2012 Program Dates:

Friday, June 22 – Sunday, June 24

The Center seeks to provide opportunities for high school girls to consider new models of leadership and their own capacities for exercising leadership. The Conference provides information and practice in areas important for leadership development: confidence, getting into college, goal setting, communication skills, managing relationships, and working as a team. Activities during the Conference include a community service project, a workshop titled College 101, a trip into Boston, and more.

Our goal is to help girls develop skills they can use when they return to their schools to solve problems, support their peers, and work on behalf of the common good.

Each Conference takes place on Pine Manor College's 60-acre campus in Chestnut Hill, a quiet suburb 15 minutes from downtown Boston.

We are looking for girls who are are:

  • Fifteen to eighteen years of age
  • Involved (or would like to be) in school, community or family activities
  • Interested in learning new things and contributing to the learning of others
  • Open to growth and creativity

The fee of $150 per weekend includes two nights of accommodation in a college residence hall, meals, use of recreational facilities, programming and materials. If you would like to register, please complete our easy online Registration Form! There is a $50 registration deposit, which you can pay online or indicate that you will mail a check. Once you've submitted your registration, you will be sent a confirmation with more details about the Conference schedule. The balance of the fee ($100) is due the day you arrive for the Conference. Limited financial assistance is available. Please make inquiries about financial assistance by calling 617-731-7062.

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Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs and Youth Leadership Programs