Sunday, October 21, 2007

Maxwell A. Stolarczyk / Attends Young Leaders State Conference

Maxwell A. Stolarczyk
Hastings Middle School Student Selected For State Leadership Conference

National Your Leaders State Conference in Ohio Honoring Area’s Most Highly-Acclaimed Students to be held October 25th through the 28th

Columbus, OHIO – This October, Upper Arlington middle school student, Mr. Maxwell A. Stolarczyk, will join a very select group of highly-acclaimed students in Ohio to take part in an extraordinary leadership conference sponsored by the Congressional Youth Leadership Council (CYLC).

The National Young Leaders State Conference (NYLSC) in Ohio honors and recognizes outstanding middle school students for their scholastic achievement and leadership potential. Enrollment requirements to attend the Conference are strict, mandating that every scholar who attends must be personally nominated to attend by a teacher or selected based upon extraordinary academic achievement. Mr. Stolarczyk was nominated for the NYLSC by Ms. Linda Citino of Hastings Middle School.

“The aim of NYLSC is to inspire students to recognize their own leadership skills, measure their skills against those of their peers and return home with newfound confidence in their ability to serve as future leaders,” said Michael Lasday, Executive Director of the Congressional Youth leadership Council.

CYLC is an educational organization dedicated to identifying and nurturing leadership in the nation’s highest-achieving students. Since 1985, the Council has inspired more than 200,000 young people to achieve their full leadership potential. Currently, close to 400 members of the U.S. Congress serve on the CYLC Honorary Congressional Board of Advisors and more than 50 embassies participate in the Council’s Honorary Board of Embassies.

For additional information on the National Young leaders State Conference in Ohio, visit

Okay...yeah, I am putting in a plug here for my kid...he deserves the nod. This will be a great experience for him. Yes, I am proud...



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