Two Easton High School students, Conner Dorbin and Nooreen Siddiqui, recently participated in Maryland Leadership Workshop, a week long residential leadership program held at Washington College in Chestertown, MD. Maryland Leadership Workshops, Inc. (MLW) is a non-profit educational organization which has been providing leadership training programs to Maryland middle school and high school students since 1955.
During the week long program, students participated in workshops and activities designed to introduce concepts and apply them in a variety of settings. Students engaged in reflective, interactive, creative and fun activities and emerged from MLW’s programs confident, inspired, motivated and empowered with the skills necessary for academic and leadership success. Workshop topics included: group dynamics, power and influence, project planning, goal setting and diversity.
Maryland Leadership Workshops’ programs are designed for both experienced student leaders and all those who show potential and interest to lead in their homes, schools, and communities. Through proprietary leadership workshops, using a peer teaching model, MLW empowers youth to exercise leadership today and to become leaders of tomorrow.
In proud partnership with the Maryland State Department of Education, the Maryland Association of Student Councils and Leadership Maryland, MLW graduates become catalysts for bringing together and strengthening schools and communities throughout Maryland. Dr. Nancy Grasmick, the recently retired Maryland State Superintendent of schools, has remarked, “MLW, Maryland’s premier provider of leadership training, consistently empowers youth to exercise leadership within their schools and community and achieve success in all facets of their lives.”
In photo: Pictured left to right are Conner Dorbin and Nooreen Siddiqui, two Easton High School students who recently attended Maryland Leadership Workshop, a week long residential leadership program held at Washington College in Chestertown, MD.