Leadership Development Courses | TLT Leaders

Our Mission:  TLT – Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping develop youth leaders through education, collaboration and mentorships with community & business leaders for the collective benefit of the students and their communities.

TLT Overview

Each program focuses on Character & Integrity, Teamwork, Communication, Problem Solving, Creativity, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging, Action, Vision and Reflection.  

During the different program sessions participants will also find included in each class: real life skills,  soft-skills, leadership skills, career and higher education readiness skills geared to the career path the participant is looking to follow. 

In some of the programs a Community Service Project will be selected by the participants which is completed before the last class.

TLT Unlocking the Future Program

8th grade – 12th grade along with young adults up to age 25 participants learn basic real life soft-skills, higher education and career readiness through group discussions, hands on exercises, speakers and presentations about the civic, corporate, charitable and educational opportunities right in their community. Each class will complete a community project.

TLT Leading Leaders Intern Program

Texas young adults (15 and older) across North Texas High Schools, Colleges and Universities take part in a hands-on internship opportunity to gain valuable work experience, explore a career path, develop, and refine skills, gain confidence and build professional relationships.  All career paths can find a valuable opportunity in one of the positions offered, the experience is tailored to the student.  School enrollment is not a requirement.

Small Business Entrepreneur 101

Fall Classes September-November 2022 are now being formed!
Young Adults 16-25 interested in learning how to start a small business or become certified as one of many high-demand, high-wage career fields including automotive, construction, Hvac, plumbing, welding etc.

TLT Youth & Adult Leadership Academy

Youth and their parent/guardian together experience emerging community and business leaders who encourage them to learn about, to question, to dream about, and to care for their community. Each session explores leadership dynamics, social service organizations, servant leadership, community growth and education, community health and safety, community government and community culture and leisure.  Each member will work with their class building on and using their leadership skills to complete a class project that will benefit the community. 

TLT Community Statement

A community is not complete without the engagement of everyone!  TLT- Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, Inc. teaches its youth program participants about life soft-skills, leadership skills, their school’s student government, community HOA, city, county and state governments and how they can get involved at their age appropriate level.  Each TLT participant will take part in a community service project that can be served at various organizations and locations throughout the community.

What makes TLT different?

TLT- Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit youth leadership program that is putting the focus on real life soft-skills, civic responsibility, and career and leadership skills.

Throughout Collin County and Denton County Texas, we work in person with 8th grade and older participants, mostly in underserved, economically challenged situations, to integrate their career path/goals, while developing leadership qualities and real-life skills. Engagement with business, civic, and community leaders that are aligned with the participant’s career choice leads to more meaningful connections.

The selection of the class facilitator, mentors, retreats, internships and community service projects foster these relationships. The participant will learn how to be a self-sufficient community member and leader in any career they choose.

We would be honored to have Veterans who would like an opportunity to join us and put their mentoring and leadership skills into action or participate in an internship position.

The TLT Objective

The objectives of the organization shall be to ensure all TLT leadership training programs are planned, organized and run in accordance with the mission, vision, policies and guidelines of TLT, provided such purpose is accomplished in a charitable manner, pursuant to the terms and subject to the limitations specified.

FAQs

TLT has programs for ages 13 through college. Adults returning to college, are veterans, not in school, are eligible to apply for the remote internships. 

In-Person programs are in the community the participant lives in, across Collin, Dallas, Denton, Grayson and Tarrant Counties.

Webinars and Remote Internships are all virtual, through Zoom meetings.  Participants across Texas may take part in these.

All our volunteer opportunities can be found by clicking on the get involved  link in the menu, then volunteer opportunities.

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