The seventh year of the Gosford RSL Max Potential Youth Leadership program will come to an end on Thursday, August 14, at Gosford RSL Club, with the Showcase Expo.
This is a collective display of the community service project that each of the 29 young adults from the Gosford LGA area executed in the 22 weeks of the leadership program.
The 29 young people are all Year 11 students from 11 local secondary schools. They have spent the last 22 weeks working with their community coach to develop their leadership skills and maximise their potential in their personal life.
They set themselves stretch goals and worked away over the duration of the program to achieve them. The Showcase Expo is a celebration of the work they all have been doing in the local community and a presentation of their accreditation certificates, to both coaches and young adults.
Program manager Ms Suzy Miller said she was again delighted to see the growth in the young people over the past 22 weeks. She said it was so satisfying to be able to positively influence the lives of the young adults; for many the experience had been life changing.
All members of the local community are invited to come along to Gosford RSL Club.
“We particularly invite anyone interested in being a community coach, participant or a sponsor of the 2015 program,” said Ms Miller.
“All attendees are sure to be very impressed and proud of the young people’s efforts.
“This program continues to demonstrate the great future of the youth of the area, and they have enjoyed building themselves to reach their full potential,” said Ms Miller.
Media release, 31 Jul 2014
Suzy Miller, Gosford RSL
Max Potential program