High School Students Learn About West Point Leadership

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The National Capital Region’s 16th Annual West Point Leadership and Ethics Conference gave 200 11th-graders from 50 local high schools the opportunity to participate in a workshop to develop leadership skills.

Each year, students who have been identified as school leaders are selected to attend the conference, held last month at George Mason University’s Arlington campus. The students are taught how to deal with leadership and ethical challenges using West Point’s ethical decision-making model, based upon the framework taught at the United States Military Academy.

Keynote speakers included LTG Mark Hertling (R) ’75 and CPT Simone Askew ’18. 

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