Youth Leadership Adventures online application

To apply for a Youth Leadership Adventures summer course, please fill out the form below or print out the paper application. Please set aside about thirty minutes to complete this part of the application, including the essay questions. Before you begin, be sure to discuss tuition or scholarship options with your parent or guardian. Note that once you have submitted this form, you will be unable to change the content of your application later.

Completed applications are due by April 1, 2013 and must include the following:

☐   This form, including your essay questions

☐   A Reference Form from a non-family adult who knows you well

☐   If you cannot afford the lowest tuition tier, please fill out and return the Scholarship Application.

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APPLICANT INFORMATION

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SHORT ESSAY QUESTIONS

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Student Voices

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This program allowed me to gain further knowledge about the world around me, and to clarify my ideas on humanity’s responsibility as stewards of the environment. A unique experience in the North Cascades National Park helped focus my values and goals, forever entwining environmental conservation and science into my life. I now know that it is these kinds of sacred natural places, here and around the world that I want to preserve through education of myself and others, advocation of my ideals, and a career path in a life science.

— Amelia Fitch, 2010 ParticipantAmeliaFitch


Field Guide to North Cascades Institute

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