Developing New Hampshire leaders since 1981

PROGRAMS

LEADERSHIP SEMINAR
 

Our flagship program allows high school sophomores to recognize their leadership talents and apply them in becoming effective, ethical leaders in their home, school, workplace and community. Students attend our three-day seminar and participate in hands-on leadership activities, meet leaders in their state, and explore their own personal leadership skills while learning how to make a positive impact in their community. The seminar curriculum is based on the Social Change Model of Leadership and develops leadership from three perspectives: Personal Leadership, Group Leadership, and Leadership  for Society. 

COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP
 

Our CLeWs serve as an introductory one-day program for high school freshmen.  A typical CLeW is six to ten hours long, with 20-40 freshmen participants, and focuses on leadership as a discipline to be explored and learned. HOBY CLeW students interact with local community leaders, participate in group activities, and conduct community service projects. CLeWs typically take place at a local high school and are organized, developed, and implemented by local business leaders, civic groups, volunteers, and HOBY alumni. 

WORLD LEADERSHIP CONGRESS

 

Hosted by HOBY International, WLC has been bringing students together from across the globe to discover their potential as leaders. Upon completing a Leadership Seminar, U.S. high school rising juniors have the opportunity to advance to HOBY’s next level of leadership programs. The WLC is open to international students ages 15 to 17. Each year, over 400 students representing up to 20 countries attend this unique week-long international program comprised of keynote presentations, speakers’ panels, interactive workshops, ­field trips, and community service projects.

ADVANCED LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
 

Conducted annually by HOBY International, ALA is open to all high school juniors and seniors ages 16 to 18. The ALA is a ­five day practical and experiential program where participants deeply examine their own leadership capabilities. The curriculum is based on the college text Leadership for a Better World. At ALA, students learn how to use their abilities to organize and lead a service or social entrepreneurship project to address societal issues and create meaningful change. Note: This program has been suspended by HOBY International until further notice.

INTERNATIONAL TOUR PROGRAMS
 

To learn about and experience other cultures, the International Tours Program takes high school and college students from across the country on an eight or nine day tour to some of the world’s most exciting and historic destinations. This program, operated by HOBY staff and HOBY trained chaperones, includes guided tours by professional tour directors, practical travel lessons, international service experience, and foreign language introduction. HOBY Alumni, siblings, and friends are invited to participate in this program.