WHAT WE DO


Young Elites is a one-stop leadership shop that puts high school girls in position to be successful.

High school girls who have gone through Young Elites…

Go to College

Get Scholarship Money

Do Community Service

Young Elites is designed for families who want the best (opportunities, support, network, life-skills, positive social experiences) for their daughters.

LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

Pre-Register Dec 1-22

A one-week forum to build life- and leadership-skills. High school girls will engage in a series of seminars, intellectual, physical, and team building challenges, expert speaker sessions, discover service opportunities, examine core principles: Excellence-Leadership-Initiative-Tenacity-Execution-Service and have a great time!

AMBASSADORS

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An inspiring group of women, serving as Young Elites leaders, who exemplify the organization’s fundamental principles in their every day lives through community involvement, self-empowerment, and an overall commitment to excellence. The 2017-2018 Ambassadors “A Course in Leadership” delivers expert training in emotional intelligence, leadership development, and teambuilding.

CLUBS

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Making a difference in this world should be fun! Young Elites clubs in schools promote our shared mission to build character and confidence in young women through expert leadership training. Our best clubs plan events and campaigns that enhance partnerships in the community, commit to service throughout the year, and get more high school girls involved in YE events.

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“Young Elites bears an extreme importance not only to me but also to the community as it helps cultivate young female leaders. In addition to the many leadership skills we’re taught at Young Elites, we are also taught the importance of collaboration and respect of others’ differences, thoughts, and ideas. I, along with other girls in the community, will carry the core values taught by Young Elites – excellence, leadership, initiative, tenacity, execution, and service – as we transition to college and beyond as leaders and strong female figures in our society.” Mackenzie Hanby, YE Alumni