Upcoming Events Registration

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Student Registration 2019-2020 School Year

Teen Leadership Corps Student Registration for the 2018-2019 School Year
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Kick-It Registration - 2019

Kick-It is a fundraising event with a simple concept - play kickball to unite communities in the fight against children’s cancer. It’s easy to register online and make a donation. Kick the ball, run the bases and score big for kids with cancer. Proceeds from Kick-It are donated to pediatric, adolescent, and young adult cancer research.

Scholarship Application

Please complete the application below to be eligible for the 2019 Mary Ann Creamer Leadership Scholarships. The Board of Directors will award $7500 in scholarships. 80% of scholarships will go to students who have fully registered and will attend Point Pursuit. 20% of scholarships will go to students that are unable to attend Point Pursuit. ***must be a Senior in the Teen Leadership program or a Senior who completed the program last year.
  • Enter name in ALL CAPS to acknowledge and verify parent consent.

Point Pursuit Registration

$10 per TLC Student or Alumni

Purchase Student Tickets:

Family Cedar Point Tickets
Purchase discounted family/friend tickets from us for $40

Family Cedar Point Tickets

Are you a current Teen Leadership Corps student?

If you answered yes, this page is for you!

Use this as a resource to keep updated on all upcoming TLC opportunities, deadlines, events, forms, and other happenings pertaining to the student experience. Thank you for your commitment to lead, serve, and inspire the world.

Leadership Scholarships


Click here for the 2018-19 Grant Application

Every year, Teen Leadership Corps provides scholarships to student leaders who have gone above and beyond the status quo. We want to ensure that the students within the TLC family have the means necessary to pursue their dreams and continue to lead, serve, and inspire the world long beyond their years as a high school student.