|“Liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people” – John Adams|
Wednesday, June 21st
9:00 – 9:45 Check in – TBD Registration
9:45 – 10:05 Welcome Elizabeth Hodge, Exec. Dir. NWLA
Introduction MENTORS – YOUTH AMBASSADORS.
10:05 – 10:20 Pledge of Allegiance (video) Alan Hodge, Pres. White Pine Foundation and Co-Founder NWLA: Power points: Ideas(have consequences), Words (have meaning), Don’t be afraid to ask Questions!
10:20 – 10:50
Situational Awareness. John Green, former police officer. Exercise on the importance of knowing your surroundings.
10:50 – 11:50
Keep Calm and Carry on…Conrad Woodall
Overcoming Anxiety in a world where we see and hear daily reports of violence in our city streets and witness division in our communities and families
12:00 – 1:00 LUNCH
How do we plan for safety in an unsafe world?
Conrad Woodall: Mr. Woodall will be accompanied by his son, Kaden (13) and daughter, Ella (16)
Mindy Lin, CEO/owner Damsels in Defense
Situational Self-Defense – Introduction to use of non-lethal safety devices strategies and techniques based on realistic encounters (boys and girls will be taught separately).
Ketan Ranchhod, Nationally certified safety officer. NRA Certified Instructor and safety arms expert.
Presenters will demonstrate and teach Hands on physical training in basic self-defense concepts. Participants should wear loose, comfortable clothes. Girls no dresses.
6:10 – 6:30
Democracy or Republic? Glenneda Zuiderveld Idaho State Senate
Youth Ambassadors – Students for Accountability in Government.
Team Leaders: Discussion of purpose, members and responsibilities
Jason Richardson former Mayor of Rigby, Idaho
Tells of his experience rescuing people from modern day communist countries.
8:00 Q & A
8:20 – 9:30
FREE TIME remain on campus. Organized Games Volley Ball or games in Gym
9:45 Dorms /Room Check
Thursday June 22
8:45 – 9:30 Breakfast Food for Thought
Global Trading Game Howard Beatty- Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) Interactive Session – on your feet and out of your seats!
11:10 BREAK- Back in seats by 11:20!
Margarete Fallat as a 102 year old centenarian, Margarete has much to share about living under Hitler’s Nazi regime. Her captivating story of how she met her husband when he “fell from heaven”, to what her father told her when he refused to give into Nazism, you will be entralled.
12:15 – 1:10 Lunch
1:10 – 2:40
Economics in One Hour Howard Beatty Interactive Game
2:40 – 2:50 BREAK
2:50 – 4:00 Self-Reliance: Homesteading Part 1 Hardman Family
4:10 – 5:20 “Sticks and Stones” Travis Whipple
5:25 – 6:00 FREE TIME Volley Ball!
Conrad Woodall on Parental Rights, gender confusion, grooming and other issues currently taking place in our public school system.
Q & A, Don’t be afraid to ask Questions. Open Discussion
8:30 – 9:30 FREE TIME
9:45 In Dorms – Room Check
Friday June 23rd
8:30 – 9:15 Breakfast – “Food for Thought”
9:25 – 10:25 Economics and Freedom Ron Nate Prof. of Economics
10:30 Board Bus
11:00 – 11:25 Arrive Capitol. Idaho State Treasurer’s Office (Vault)
11:30 – 12:00 House of Representatives Rep Dale Hawkins
12:00 – 12:45 Lunch in Senate Dining Room
1:00- 1:30 Lincoln Auditorium or House Floor- Idaho Attorney General Raul Labrador
1:45 – 2:00 Tour AG’s Office. Photos
2:00 – 2:15 photos at Liberty Bell. Then walk to Supreme Court
2:30 – 3:15 Justice Moeller, Supreme Court
3:30 Board Bus
4:00 – 4:45 FREE Time
5:30 – 6:30 Dinner
6:30 Youth Ambassadors – Students for Accountability
7:05 -8:05 Theo Wold, Idaho Solicitor General, Office of Attorney General. 10 min Q & A
8:15 FREE TIME/Volley Ball or Gym
9:40 In dorms
Saturday June 24th
8:45 – 9:30 Breakfast Food for thought Pastor Isaac
9:45 -10:15 Honor Roll Memorial Scholarships:
10:15 -11:30 Pastor Isaac
*Open Forum: Panel of Youth Ambassadors and Speakers to lead open discussion on government accountability and forming community support groups
Summer of 2024 – Skills Camp
One day events in local communities
2024 Summer Symposium
1:00-2:00 Self-Reliance: Homesteading Part 2 Hardman Family
This year’s Symposium is covering new subject matter that has not been addressed previously. In talking with some youth ambassadors and others, it has become obvious that many young (and not so young) people are experiencing difficulty with anxiety. In addition to the usual topics regarding the proper role of government and free market economics, we are fortunate to have added experts who deal with anxiety and safety.
We are encouraging parents and other interested adults to attend sessions FREE.
Questions? Call Elizabeth 208-869-1709