Shiloh Adventist School Student Attends a People-to-People Leadership Forum
Daniel was placed in the “People to People Ambassador Program (2013-2014) and on Sept. 26-29, 2014, Daniel took a flight with the help of his parents, Rebecca Bennett and Isaac Usoroh to Washington D.C. where he attended the 2014 World Leadership forum.
Daniel had the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with other young leaders from across the country and all around the world. As a matter of fact there were leadership ambassadors from 46 countries! These individuals gained confidence, life-long friendships, and a global perspective that is so essential in today’s competitive world. Some of the distinct hands-on and behind-the-scene moments that they had the opportunity to experience!
- Hearing an Air Force One pilot talk about his experiences and the leadership traits that helped him achieve his goals.
- Exploring the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, seeing our country’s most important treasures.
- Participating in a community service project with new friends from around the globe.
- Visiting the site of the Battle of Gettysburg to gain firsthand insights into the American Civil War.
- Examining the leadership styles of prominent historical figures and visiting national monuments and memorials.
Our school is very proud of Daniel Usoroh and his accomplishments! Daniel brought back several pictures of his visit, one of which is the monument of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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