First-timers – “LifeSkills Classic” continues to be refined and revised to give all conferees the best possible learning and growth experience. You’ll never forget this week! First-time attendees will receive registration priority up until the registration deadline.
Returnees – A limited number of repeating conferees will have the chance to re-experience some of their previous LifeSkills week, and to add to their knowledge and confidence with new activities designed especially for them. Due to increasing demand, however, you may only repeat the conference one time.
LifeChangers – Youth 17-21, including LifeSkills “graduates” may apply to attend this “next step” program, where participants will continue to develop their proven leadership potential, and will learn to teach others the LifeSkills principles of respect, responsibility, and relationships.
Counselors-In-Training – A few youth between 17 and 21 are invited to serve as associate staff for the week, and to further their leadership experience. The C.I.T. program is by invitation only. C.I.T.’s are generally selected from among the attendees and graduates of LifeChangers
Adult Staff – Our adult volunteers tell us they’re sure they get more out of the Conference than the youth possibly could! Whether that’s so or not, we know that adults who volunteer once usually ask to come back again. If you’re over 21 and interested in working with youth, contact us about how you might become a LifeSkills volunteer. We’ll usually ask you to come and visit a conference for a few days prior to volunteering for the whole week, so you’ll know what to expect if you volunteer full-time the next year.
If you are having difficulty determining whether you are eligible for the conference, contact the Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation.