Two schools will benefit from Youth Max global initiative

Chantalee Hiles will host one of the Youth Max Plus sessions in Kempton Park.

HALF a million young people will be served during April through the John Maxwell Team Global Youth Initiative.

The series of events is being held worldwide from Monday, April 24 to Sunday, April 30 in large cities and small villages internationally.

The John Maxwell Team Global Youth Initiative is an international movement comprising hundreds of free community events with topics ranging from leadership development, to anti-bullying, self-esteem and more – to help the youth in communities around the world to thrive.

In Kempton Park, Chantalee Hiles will host one of the Youth Max Plus sessions with Nick Vujicic. Vujicic is an Australian Christian evangelist and motivational speaker born with tetra-amelia syndrome, a rare disorder characterised by the absence of arms and legs.

Events will be held at Shangri-La Academy on April 24 and at Maranatha Christian School on April 25. These events are exclusive to pupils enrolled at the respective schools.

If you would like to co-host an event in your community or at your school, email Chantalee at [email protected]

“Through the John Maxwell Team Global Youth Initiative, we have the chance to influence tomorrow’s leaders today,” said Hiles, a certified John Maxwell team member.

“With John Maxwell, I’ve learned that leadership develops daily, not in a day. Our goal is to spark an intentional and life-long leadership interest in today’s youth.”

As certified members take to their communities to make a difference, events will be happening all around the world. Be sure to check for more information on the Youth Max Programme.

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