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What is LEAP Week 2019?
Our highly immersive week-long leadership program for high school and college students is held annually at the UCLA campus in Los Angeles, California. Each year, 400 students from over 40 countries around the globe travel to attend LEAPweek, a full week dedicated to helping young adults uncover the “real-life” skills needed to achieve great success.
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LEAP Foundation is a non-profit that helps young people succeed through an immersive annual leadership develpment program called LEAP Week. In addition to this valuable learning and networking opportunity, LEAP provides online resources and tips for success, as well as scholarships for students that demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. LEAP creates content to add value to your life. Find what matters most to you.Keynote Speeches Mentor Interviews Success
Founded by Dr. Bill Dorfman and headquartered in Southern California, LEAP Foundation provides leadership development training for high school and college students across the US and worldwide. Our annual Los Angeles area event, LEAP Week, brings together youth for a life-changing immersive leadership program, with inspirational speakers, leadership training activities, networking opportunities, and more. Join us in July on the UCLA campus in California to grow your potential and find a path to achieving your dreams. If you are currently in high school, this will be a great opportunity to get ready for success in college. If you are a college student, LEAP Week 2019 will be your chance to expand your leadership skills and network even further, helping shorten the path to your dream career.
Here on the LEAP Foundation site, you will find resources that you can start to use today in your daily life. We want to help you develop strong study and time management skills, confidence, and ability to be a leader. For this, we have made videos of some of the speakers from past LEAP Week events available for you to watch, as well as a resources page to help you succeed in high school and college.