Cass County Judge, Army Reserve Command Sergeant Major, and businessman Travis Ransom has been announced as a panelist at the Texas Youth Leadership Summit (TYLS), which will be held from July 6 to July 9 at Texas Tech University’s Junction campus in the Texas Hill Country.
The summit is an information-packed event that provides college students and high school juniors and seniors with tools to become influential leaders. Participants will learn from staff members who work in policy and politics and gain instruction from those leading the way in Texas politics.
Apart from hearing from motivational guest speakers, political experts, and elected officials, participants will also engage in outdoor activities like swimming and kayaking. They will also explore nature, wildlife, astronomy, and American principles while connecting with like-minded peers and diving into conservative principles and policy discussions.
The curriculum at TYLS covers skills such as building grassroots organizations, event planning, media messaging, policy strategy, and impacting elected officials.
To participate in TYLS, students must be high school juniors, seniors, or college students between the ages of 17 and 22. Registration is currently available at www.tyouthlead.com, with a fee of $100 per student. The fee includes meals and lodging. The event is being organized through a partnership between Americans for Prosperity Foundation, the Leadership Institute, and the Kimble County Republican Party.
TYLS promises to be an exciting and informative event that will provide young leaders with the tools and knowledge they need to make a difference in their communities and beyond. With the support of organizations like Americans for Prosperity Foundation, the Leadership Institute, and the Kimble County Republican Party, the future of Texas politics is in good hands.
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