There truly is no limit to HOBY leadership. Whether an eager first-year student, an aspiring sophomore, a seasoned junior, or a graduating senior; there’s a leadership program for you! Working with youth across the state to educate and refine leadership skills, HOBY’s goal is to help empower, lead and excel our future leaders. Below you will find brief descriptions of the various programs available to high school students across the state. Links are provided for further details and testimonials. Volunteer opportunities exist through all of the programs below.
State Leadership Seminar: Oregon
Often considered the heart & soul of HOBY, the state seminar brings together a collection of OUTSTANDING volunteers and high school sophomore representatives for a three-day leadership experience. Participating in panels, group discussions, community service and challenging interpersonal exercises, we engage Ambassadors “how to think,” rather than “what to think.” Learn More Here
The 2019 HOBY Oregon Leadership Seminar will be held May 24-26th at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon!
World Leadership Congress (WLC)
Available to HOBY leadership seminar alumni in the summer immediately following their state seminar experience, the World Leadership Congress takes high school leaders to an international level of leadership. WLC Ambassadors are gathered from across the world to participate in a nine day leadership conference to explore new areas of leadership. The WLC often hosts globally recognized speakers, panelist and mentors to facilitate in the education of our young leaders. Learn More Here
The 2019 World Leadership Conference will be held July 20-27, 2019, at Loyola University Chicago in Chicago, IL.
Community Leadership Workshops (CLeWs)
Organized by HOBY alumni, Community Leadership Workshops bring HOBY to high schools for an exhilarating day of education and development. Unlike the State Seminar and World Leadership Congress, CLeWs are designed for high school first-year students seeking leadership roles and experience. Learn More Here
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information regarding how to bring a CLeW to your high school.