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Seneca students selected for leadership seminar

Published: Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013 5:30 a.m. CST
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Seneca High School sophomores Crystal Carlos (left) and Kaylyn Groth (right) were selected to represent Seneca Township High School at the 2014 HOBY Leadership Seminar.

SENECA – Seneca High School sophomores Crystal Carlos and Kaylyn Groth have been selected to represent Seneca Township High School at the 2014 HOBY Leadership Seminar.

The Leadership Seminar is designed for high school sophomores to recognize their leadership talents and apply them in becoming effective, ethical leaders in their home, schools, workplace and community.

The students will participate in hands-on leadership activities and meet state leaders in such areas as business, government, education, media and the nonprofit sector.

Each September, every accredited public, private and charter high school in the country is invited to select and register outstanding sophomores as representatives to their local state seminar. Currently, nearly 9,000 sophomores, representing as many high schools nationwide, attend HOBY Leadership Seminars annually.

Crystal Carlos is the daughter of Marci Williams of Mazon and Kaylyn Groth is the daughter of Jennifer and Steve Groth of Seneca. All Seneca High School sophomore students were invited to pick up applications and submit essays for the opportunity to attend this seminar.

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