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BROYHILL LEADERS ENGAGE IN COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Students in LR’s Broyhill Institute for Leadership are passing along their leadership skills to students at Grandview Middle School in Hickory through a train-the-trainer service program. 

The program began last November when 10 eighth-grade students from Grandview were invited to attend a leadership training course at LR, led by Broyhill Leaders. Those 10 students then acted as lead trainers during the spring semester when they joined Broyhill Leaders to train 20 more Grandview students. 

“Community outreach is an integral part of LR’s Broyhill Institute for Leadership,” said Craig Schreiber, program coordinator of management and co-director of the Broyhill Institute for Leadership. “Broyhill Leaders are expected to use their leadership skills responsibly and ethically in order to make a positive difference in the world.” 

The positive impact LR students made at Grandview through their leadership training services inspired Grandview students to start their own leadership club, the Broyhill Kids. During the spring semester, the Broyhill Kids worked to provide leadership training to additional eighth-grade students, acted as school ambassadors during fifth grade orientation, gave a presentation to seventh-grade students on the Broyhill Kids program, and conducted two school cleanup projects. 

The Broyhill Institute for Leadership has a mission to develop and foster the skills necessary for students to become effective leaders in business and professional communities with the ability to adapt to future innovations. 

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BROYHILL LEADERS ENGAGE IN COMMUNITY OUTREACH
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Students in LR’s Broyhill Institute for Leadership are passing along their leadership skills to students at Grandview Middle School in Hickory through a train-the-trainer service program. 

The program began last November when 10 eighth-grade students from Grandview were invited to attend a leadership training course at LR, led by Broyhill Leaders. Those 10 students then acted as lead trainers during the spring semester when they joined Broyhill Leaders to train 20 more Grandview students. 

“Community outreach is an integral part of LR’s Broyhill Institute for Leadership,” said Craig Schreiber, program coordinator of management and co-director of the Broyhill Institute for Leadership. “Broyhill Leaders are expected to use their leadership skills responsibly and ethically in order to make a positive difference in the world.” 

The positive impact LR students made at Grandview through their leadership training services inspired Grandview students to start their own leadership club, the Broyhill Kids. During the spring semester, the Broyhill Kids worked to provide leadership training to additional eighth-grade students, acted as school ambassadors during fifth grade orientation, gave a presentation to seventh-grade students on the Broyhill Kids program, and conducted two school cleanup projects. 

The Broyhill Institute for Leadership has a mission to develop and foster the skills necessary for students to become effective leaders in business and professional communities with the ability to adapt to future innovations. 

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