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The Junior National Young Leaders Conference or JrNYLC is a program for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students that takes place in the summer, spring, and fall in Washington, D.C., with an optional alumni conference in Boston the following year. Students from all over the United States are invited to learn about leadership by studying American History.

Program

Students stay in hotels or conference centers for six days and visit museums throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and many historical sites including the Vietnam Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial. Students are divided into groups based on six leadership traits that they study during the conference: goal-setting, teamwork, respect, communication, problem-solving, and character.

Parent organization

The Junior National Young Leaders Conference is conducted by Congressional Youth Leadership Council, which in turn is administered by Envision EMI, LLC.[1] Envision administers a number of similar for-profit programs for high school and middle school students in the United States and internationally. Envision EMI was founded by Richard Rossi and Barbara Harris in 1984. Envision contracts with CYLC to run all of its programs, including JrNYLC. According to its 2009 US Federal tax Form 990, Congressional Youth Leadership Council paid Envision EMI USD$3,534,978 to administer JrNYLC.[1] Envision provided "for all of the staff services and related overhead expenses necessary for the administration, public affairs, accounting, program planning, development and execution, curriculum development, marketing and general management" for CYLC for which CYLC paid Envision USD$5,942,719 in 2009.[1][2]

According to the Form 990, "all full-time staff working on the account of CYLC are employees of Envision. CYLC pays Envision for payroll and related costs as well as management and marketing fees."[1]

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