Thursday, June 23, 2011

Orange County: Make-a-Wish Foundation Leadership Conference

What do confidence, organization, problem-solving and the ability to take charge of one’s own life all have in common?

They are leadership skills. They all contribute to a person’s overall success. They are the character traits we want to see in youth today.

In an ever-increasing competitive society, these qualities stand out and give an edge to the people who possess them, moving those individuals in the direction of their dreams.

The Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Orange County and the Inland Empire is happy to announce a one-day, interactive Leadership Workshop taking place on Saturday, July 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Tustin Wish House for high school students and recent graduates. Topics relevant to students will be taught by influential and motivating speakers, including Sieg Weber, president and founder of SRW Executive Coaching and Business Consulting.

“I’ve seen the agenda for the Leadership Workshop,” Weber said. “The topics are timely, the content is priceless and the presenters are all professionals. If you want to succeed in life, here’s where you’ll find out what it takes.”

The Leadership Workshop is a perfect way to learn skills that will last a lifetime while furthering students’ accomplishments. It looks great on resumes and college applications.

According to Weber, it’s never too early to learn leadership skills.

“Nothing you have going on this summer, should stand in the way of attending this workshop,” he said.

A tax-deductible donation of $50 covers all activities for the day. Lunch will be provided and a certificate will be handed out upon completion of the event. Those interested must RSVP by July 1. Class is subject to cancellation with refund if there are not enough participants.

To learn more or to RSVP, please contact Rebecca Kwait at 714-573-9474 ext. 212 or

The Tustin Wish House is located at 14232 Red Hill Avenue in Tustin. For more information on the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Orange County and the Inland Empire, go to

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