PSL3 seeks “challenged but talented” students in grades 8 through 10 who want to make a positive difference and contribute to building PSL3 – Project Student Leaders, Inc. into an outstanding student conference organization. We encourage students from diverse backgrounds, races, creeds, and colors to tell their teachers, school leaders, parents, and community organizations about their interest in attending PSL3 leadership conferences.
“Challenged but talented” refers to students who may not have all A’s and B’s, perfect attendance, or excellent behavior but students who want to change their current situation and help others along the way. PSL3 seeks students who may have been labeled as problematic or apathetic but who now want to tap into their natural talents to succeed in new and exciting ways. We seek students who may not have cared about much of anything before but who now want to try to reach their potential.
Most student conferences are designed for students who have a history of high academic achievement and who have demonstrated leadership potential. PSL3 is designed to help create these conditions for students who have not excelled but who can excel with proper encouragement, appropriate time, and reasonable effort. The tragedy is not that we have challenges or make mistakes; the tragedy is that we do not use our inherent talents and opportunities to improve ourselves and our society. PSL3 gives students this opportunity for Exponential Student Development.
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For every group of ten students, at least one adult is required to attend the PSL3 conference. Teachers and other educators will support and coach student participants. By attending, these educators are agreeing to learn PSL3 conference strategies; to work with their students during and after the conference; and to be trained by PSL3 staff to mentor and monitor their student cohorts within their particular learning communities. We seek committed teachers and educators who desire to help “challenged but talented” students to blossom into positive leaders. If this is you, please encourage your school budget leaders to fund your participation with PSL3.
No real progress can be made with students without the positive participation of parents and the community. Parents are also strongly encouraged to be involved with PSL3 programs. Parents may pay to attend the conference and must be committed to working with their school leaders to help mentor and monitor students beyond the conference. PSL3 develops strategies to keep parents intricately involved in all related activities concerning students in their particular learning communities.
The General Public
Any group or person who believes in the mission of PSL3 is strongly encouraged to help spread the word about the organization and make financial contributions by donating to PSL3. Religious institutions, civic and community organizations, businesses, and other groups are called upon to help by supporting PSL3 advertising initiatives and by financially sponsoring students to attend conferences.
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PSL3 Project Student Leaders, Inc.
P. O. Box 110146
Carrollton, Texas 75011
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