Twelve students graduate from Junior Leadership JohnstonJune 26, 2013
Junior Leadership Johnston County is a program to assist emerging youth in their efforts to prepare
for leadership positions in business, community, education and government affairs. The program is open to rising Juniors in each high school in Johnston County. Students are selected through an application process and letters of recommendation. The Smithfield-Selma Chamber works with the Johnston County Education Foundation, Johnston Community College and other organizations to promote the Junior Leadership Program.
The 2013 class was held June 17-21 and had twelve participants. The students were exposed to business and industry, healthcare and non-profit agencies, education and tourism, government and public safety as well as teambuilding and leadership activities.
Participants in the 2013 program were: Jonathan Partin, West Johnston High School; Clair Williams, West Johnston High School; Jessica Thompson, North Johnston High School; Megan Evans, Princeton High School; Jacob Galloway, Cleveland High School; Braden Mills, West Johnston High School; Joseph Hatcher, Princeton High School; Noah Holt, Princeton High School; Will Baggett, Smithfield Selma High School; Hallie Tetreault, Neuse Charter School; Brittany Preston, Cleveland High School; and Faith Bowen, North Johnston High School.
PHOTO: Left to Right
Front Row: Clair Williams, Megan Evans, Faith Bowen, Brittany Preston, Hallie Tetreault, Jessica Thompson; Back Row: Will Baggett, Noah Holt, Braden Mills, Jacob Galloway, Joseph Hatcher, Jonathan Partin
Contact:Rick Childrey, President(919) 934-9166