2019 Ambassador Leadership Summit



You can join other young leaders from as many as 140 countries to develop leadership skills and prepare for college.  Above all else, the summits prepare student leaders to be responsible, successful global citizens–a must-have skill for today’s workforce.

By providing access to influential leaders, prestigious universities and skill-building workshops, the summit experience can help you:

  • Unlock leadership potential and build confidence by engaging and learning with other high-achieving students from across the U.S. and the world.
  • Expand global awareness and learn how they can make a difference in their community by developing a meaningful Community Action Plan.
  • Gain a competitive edge for college admissions, and get firsthand experience in their future careers, while staying on campuses of top universities such as Harvard, Yale, Johns Hopkins and UCLA.

Students that are nominated will receive a Certificate of Recognition and a personal invitation to participate in a summit.  After being accepted, students can apply for scholarships.

Students in 9th – 11th grades who demonstrate scholastic achievement, leadership potential, and the ability to take initiative to affect positive change see Mrs. Britt for details.


Congress of Future Medical Leaders | Congress of Future Science & Technology Leaders

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Are you interested in becoming a physician, scientist, or technologist (including biomedical scientist, software and hardware technologist, engineer, and mathematician)?  You may be interested in attending the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston from June 23, 24, and 25, 2019, or the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Boston on June 29, 30, and July 1, 2019.

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Each Congress is an academic honors program.  Students from all grade levels with a 3.5 GPA or higher are eligible.  For more information, go to for the Congress of Future Medical Leaders and for the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders.  An academic scholarship based on financial need is available for one student.


If you are interested in being nominated and meet the eligibility criteria, see Mrs. Britt, the junior counselor, by Friday October 5, 2018.  Do not miss out on your opportunity to be mentored by some of the most important leaders of our time!

Pre-College | Summer Programs

Be sure to check out the Events & Summer Opportunities page under the Resources tab for several Pre-College and Summer Programs that are offered this year!  Areas include architecture, culinary, business, engineering, STEM, art, marine biology, and many more.  You also have the opportunity to earn college credit through many of the programs or learn how to better be prepared for college life.





There is a place for young people to make a difference in state government by serving as
a member of the Louisiana Legislative Youth Advisory Council, a body composed entirely of high school students with the purpose of addressing issues affecting the youth of Louisiana. The Louisiana Commission on Civic Education is now accepting applications for membership on the youth council. The purpose of the Legislative Youth Advisory Council is to facilitate the communication between youth and the legislature and give students an opportunity to be involved in the workings of government. Students who are selected to serve will have the opportunity to study and address issues of importance to youth, including education, employment, strategies to increase youth participation in local and state government, substance abuse, underage drinking, physical fitness and health, litter and environmental control, and others. The Louisiana Commission on Civic Education oversees the work of the youth council and participates in the appointment of council members.

Thirty-one youth members are appointed each year, which includes three student members representing each of the congressional districts and additional at-large members. Youth members must be between the ages of 14 and 19, and be enrolled in a public or private high school, a home school program, or a GED skills program for the 2018-2019 school year.

Application deadline: Must be postmarked or submitted online no later than March 22, 2018.

Meetings are held in September, November, January, March, May, and a two-day seminar in July. The council always meets on a Saturday at the Louisiana Municipal Association building except for the two-day seminar, which is held at the Louisiana State Capitol.

To Apply for Membership:

1. PART I: STUDENT APPLICATION: Fill out the student application form completely.
2. PART II: PARENTAL CONSENT FORM: Parent or legal guardian must sign and
submit a consent form for a student applicant to be considered.
3. PART III: RECOMMENDATION FORM & LETTERS: The recommendation form must
be given to a school administrator, teacher, or representative of a community or
school-sponsored club or organization (with a civic mission) to complete and submit
a letter of recommendation. A minimum of two letters is required.
A. For Paper Application, Letters of Recommendation, & Consent Form
Mail to: La. Commission on Civic Education
c/o Louisiana Senate / Megan Bella
Post Office Box 94062
Baton Rouge, LA 70804
B. Forms may be completed online, printed, and emailed
Email to:

To Apply for Membership:
For more information contact: Megan Bella
(225) 342-2362 Fax: 225-342-2368

LYAC Application Press Release 2018

LYAC Application 2018