Preparing Ohio’s future leaders!

Are You a High School Student with a Disability Interested in Self-Advocacy & Leadership Development?

Ohio Regional Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) is a week-long career leadership training program, held during the summer, for high school students with disabilities.  There are 6 in-person forums throughout the state.

Participation in YLF can prepare you to become one of Ohio’s future leaders by improving your leadership, citizenship, and social skills.

At YLF you will:
•Learn about choosing a career
•Learn about available resources and assistive technology
•Identify existing barriers to personal and professional success and develop plans to overcome those barriers
•Interact with professionals with disabilities who serve as mentors and role models
•Develop a personal leadership plan, which includes specificaction steps to follow when you return to your community
•Gain the power to reach your goals in education, employment, and community leadership
•Develop a social network with your peers

Applications are available by contacting the site location.

Visit the webpage for more information!

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