Youth Leadership

Our unique Youth Leadership Program provides teens the opportunity to actively engage in service learning while practicing mindfulness and leadership skills. Programs focus on tangible community needs such as rebuilding community gardens or learning how to investigate and improve conditions in the local waterways. Students can customize an individual project or join a 6-week series where they socialize and plan a project with other teens from the community. The Youth Leadership program provides students the chance to align passion with purpose, to serve the greater good, connect with peers and other community members and build critical resilience skills.

Who Should Be a Youth Leader?

Teenagers who want to dive deeply into a community service learning project with other their peers, practice leadership skills and build a meaningful mindfulness practice.

What Do Mindful Littles Youth Leaders Do?

Students will help with a variety of our events and projects, depending on their interests. After completing hands-on training, leaders will have the opportunity to assist at one of our weekly programs and play a key role in developing and leading a service learning experience of their own.

Why Should You Become a Youth Leader?

Complete community service hours and develop your leadership/professional skills while having fun working with elementary school children. This is a rewarding and meaningful way to give back!