JLC 2022-2023 Program Dates & Curriculum
The course curriculum is centered around The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Steven Covey. Local community leaders and industry professionals also contribute to the class through a series of guest speaker panels. There will also be 2 community service projects selected by the class. Each student must attend at least one project. Projects will be held on a Saturday and be approximately 3-4 hours in length.
The tentative course curriculum is below. Session days are held on Wednesdays (except for the retreat) and meet from 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM.
October 5, 2022
- Cumberland County Historical Society - 21 S Pitt St, Carlisle
- Leadership - Habit 1: Be Proactive
- For students to identify what attributes make a good leader. To assess their own leadership skills. And to become more aware of their personal habits that either contribute toward or take away from their leadership skills.
October 23, 2022
- Diakon Youth Services, 571 Mountain Road, Boiling Springs
- Opening Retreat
- Students participate in a day-long retreat in order to break the ice and get to know each other. They'll engage in fun team-building activities, establish group norms, and begin to develop relationships with one another.
November 2, 2022
- Frederick House, 219 N Hanover St, Carlisle
- Communication - Habit 2: Begin With the End in Mind
- For students to understand how important communication is regarding leadership. This includes establishing personal values and a personal mission statement. Then, reflecting those values and mission in actions and communications.
November 12, 2022
- Good Hope Fire Station, Community Room, 1200 Good Hope Rd, Mechanicsburg
- Community Service Project - Packing Boxes of Supplies for Soldiers oversees
December 7, 2022
- Army Heritage Education Center, 950 Soldier Dr, Carlisle
- Community Service - Habit 3: Putting First Things First
- For students to appreciate privilege and servant leadership. With the habit, we look at how to prioritize their daily activities with so many distractions and demands on their time.
No class in January.
February 1, 2023
- Members 1st Federal Credit Union, 5000 Marketplace Way, Enola
- Government & Economics - Habit 4: Think Win-Win
- For students to obtain an understanding of how it is their civic duty as a leader to vote. That we can do more to “be the change we want to see in the world” at the local level. Additionally, if we think win-win in the government and economic arena as leaders we can achieve more for everyone.
March 1, 2023
- Volvo Construction Customer Service Center, 200 Rowe Rd, Shippensburg
- Problem Solving - Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
- For students to use their leadership skills to solve the problems by accepting other people’s contributions and even to understand the actual problem. To realize that not every problem needs to be solved by them and that it is good to have a difference of opinion.
April 5, 2023
- UPMC Fredrickson Center, 2015 Technology Parkway, Mechanicsburg
- Putting the Pieces Together - Habit 6 & 7: Synergize & Sharpen the Saw
- In the final session, we hope to wrap up all the leadership skills that have been demonstrated and the techniques that have been learned. Through synergizing groups present what they have learned, and we close with them planning for their future that includes how they take care of themselves so they can be the best leaders. They must recognize that a good leader cannot spread themselves as thin as some students do.
April 28, 2023
- Central Penn College, 600 Valley Rd, Summerdale
- JLC Graduation