TeenPact Massachusetts 2012

TeenPact is a non-profit ministry with the vision of Changing Lives to Change the World. TeenPact will be in Boston April 30-May 4. During this week, students will get to experience their own state capitol. They will visit their state house and state senate, interview lobbyists, analyze legislation and media, and learn about the judicial
branch. We teach students about how a bill becomes a law and allow them to participate in their own mock legislative process. We also let the students participate in class elections which allow them to take leadership, even while they are young. We do worship, devotions, and prayer walks, all at your state capitol. At TeenPact, students are encouraged to strive for excellence and to grow closer to God.

Here are the dates for our upcoming program in Boston:

TeenPact Massachusetts 2012

4-Day Class (13-19 year olds) – April 30 – May 3, 2012
1-Day Class (8-12 year olds) – May 4, 2012
Public Speaking Workshop (13-19 year olds) – April 30 – May 3, 2012

Please visit www.teenpact.com/MA to register. If you have any
questions please contact the Massachusetts State Coordinator at
massachusetts@teenpact.com

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