Morning and Afternoon Classes
Morning Session Will Cover
For First Year Students
What are the great issues of the coming decade?
Why is America exceptional among the nations (if it is)?
How should God and politics interact (if at all)?
What’s your role in citizenship and leadership?
Who are the thinkers and role models you can trust?
For Second and Third Year Students
What are the key issues of the upcoming elections?
What does it mean to be a conservative?
Explore immigration, foreign policy and National defense, the Supreme Court, Religious Liberty, and the economy/debt, with some of the leading policy minds.
Afternoon Sessions Will Cover
All participants will have a chance to be in afternoon workshops in key areas of Leadership, Great Issues, Biblical Leadership, Great Issues of the Century, Media Influence, and many more.
Local Excursions and Other Activities
All participants will enjoy several Colorado excursions during the evenings and afternoons including whitewater rafting, a Colorado Rockies game, enjoying downtown and eating in several local restaurants, a Service Day project, chapel and worship, a volleyball tourney, and more.
Your Week Wraps Up at Summit
As a YCLC student, your fabulous Colorado week will conclude with participation in every minute of Western Conservative Summit 2016 with it’s stellar lineup of speakers and electrifying freedom atmosphere.
You’ll Become an Armstrong Fellow
Eight amazing days at YCLC III are just the beginning of your new opportunities. Completing the class qualifies you as an Armstrong Fellow, so named in honor of former US Senator and now CCU President William Armstrong. Having bonded, the fellows stay in touch and support each other’s citizenship endeavors.