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15 08, 2017

VoyageATL Magazine Recognizes 21st Century Leaders as “Atlanta’s Most Inspiring Stories”

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Meet Robert Watson of 21st Century Leaders in Decatur 21st Century Leaders was founded by a group of business executives who wanted to get their companies engaged with schools and talented youth that were in need of opportunities to reach their full potential for college and career. It soon became clear that there

22 04, 2016

Global Youth Service Day 2016

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Written by Evan Barnard, 21CL Youth Leadership Council, Johns Creek High School, Class of 2016 This past Sunday, April 17th, I led my fourth Global Youth Service Day project at the Whispering Woods Braille Trail. Established in 1988, Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) celebrates and mobilizes the millions of young people who improve their communities through service. 

20 01, 2016

Apply to 21CL – Become a Leader!

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Written by Richard Nguyen, 21CL Youth Ambassador, Morrow High School, Class of 2016 After a year of anticipation, it is finally the time that we, 21st Century Leaders, all have been patiently waiting for. The application to join 21CL and the summer leadership institutes are now finally open! For years, 21st Century Leaders has been serving this amazing state

11 11, 2015

Give a little, Inspire a lot

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Written by Grey McCarthy, 21CL Youth Ambassador, The Lovett School, Class of 2016 Georgia Gives Day is a non-profit initiative for the state of Georgia where every year on one day is to raise money for the non-profits that mean the most to you! 21st Century Leaders is the non-profit that means the most to

4 06, 2014

Summer’s In Session: SYLI 2014

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On Sunday, June 1,  21st Century Leaders gathered together at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University for the Summer Youth Leadership Institute (SYLI) for its first program of the summer! Seventy-four high school students from all across the state of Georgia, including 51 high schools, 40 cities, and 20 counties were accepted into the week-long