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Every year the People To People World Leadership Programme, also known as the Ambassador Programmes, invites top students from the US and the world to be part of the World Leadership Forum. The programme on leadership training takes place in Washington DC and lasts a week.
Grade 6, 7 and 8 pupils learn leadership skills through small interactive group discussions, presentations and workshops.
It is one thing learning about leadership from a textbook or in a classroom, but it's quite another to enjoy face-to-face discussions with the country's leaders in the US's capital.
Candidates do not just read about leadership skills, they learn about them through unique access and direct contact with the US's influential leaders.
The students from across the world who attend the forum are happily surprised to meet other students who share similar interests in academic achievement, personal growth and student leadership.
This diverse array of outstanding students is drawn to the forum from countries all over the world.
Since 1956 the programme has empowered more than 200000 pupils to safely explore 34 countries on all seven continents.
Students are supervised 24 hours a day. The forum maintains a staff-to-student radio of about one supervisor to 15 students. For the wellbeing of participants, independent exploration is not permitted. - People To People World Leadership Forum