NYLT

 

 

NATIONAL YOUTH LEADERSHIP TRAINING (NYLT)

 


Sunday, June 25 - Friday, June 30, 2017

Camp Frank G. Lumpkin 


WHY ATTEND NYLT?

The National Youth Leadership Training  (NYLT) is a premiere youth leadership program for Boy Scouts and Venturers (male and females).   NYLT is an intensive, fun, hands-on, and  challenging week-long program that combines outdoor adventure and classroom instruction to provide Scouts and Venturers with experiences and tools to become great leaders in their home troop or crew.   NYLT focuses on the concepts of what a leader must BE, what a leader must KNOW, and what a leader must DO.   The skills learned at NYLT will benefit Scouts and Venturers not only as youth leaders but in other aspects of his life.  

 


COURSE LOCATION, ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS, AND REGISTRATION FEE

The NYLT Course will be held at Camp F.G.L. near LaGrange, Georgia.  Participants MUST attend all course activities 

during the week in order to complete the practical phase of the training.  The course is open to the first 48 fully paid participants.  The course fee includes all program materials, meals, lodging, two course t-shirts, neckerchief, patch and hat.   The last day to register for the course is May 31st, 2017.  

Detailed course information and packing list will be sent to each participant with their acceptance letter.

The cost per participant and payment schedule is as follows:

  • Early Registration—$225 until March 31st
  • Registration - $250 until April 30th
  • Late Registration - $275 until May 31st

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT

In order to register for the 2017 NYLT course, participants will need to do the following:

1.  Download and complete the 2017 NYLT Participant Registration Packet (Click Here to Download).   The completed packet can be returned to 1237 1st Avenue, Columbus, GA 31901 or faxed to 706-327-3622.

2.  Click here to pay registration fee online or submit your payment along with the above registration packet to the Chattahoochee Council, 1237 1st Avenue, Columbus, GA, 31901.    

 
      

For more information about the 2017 NYLT Course, Jolene Davis, Course Director or George Henington.

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