Massachusetts TeenPact Leadership School

TeenPact LogoTeenPact will be in Boston May 2-5. Designed to get a hands-on experience in state government, students learn about the legislative process and participate in their very own mock legislature sessions. Besides learning about lobbying, media, and the political process, students experience daily worship, devotions, and prayer walks. They also learn about leadership through class elections and are encouraged to strive for excellence.

4-Day Class (13-19 year olds) – May 2-5
1-Day Class (8-12 year olds) – May 6
Public Speaking Workshop (13-19 year olds) – May 6

Please visit www.teenpact.com/MA to register.  If you have any questions please contact Andrew Nobilini, Massachusetts State Coordinator at [email protected] . Take advantage of the1-day SPECIAL — register now and only pay $25 per student for the 1-day class (normally $40).

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