The National Leadership Academies supports America’s high-achieving high school and undergraduate college students through career and focus-area programs and services.
The National Leadership Academies was founded on the belief that a strong emotional intelligence is the cornerstone of student success and is committed to supporting students in its development. The National Leadership Academies also recognizes that we must identify prospective talent at the earliest possible age and help these students acquire the necessary experience and skills to take them to the doorstep of vital careers as leaders and in the fields of medicine, the sciences, technology, engineering, and math.
The National Leadership Academies is proud to support New Charter University’s Congress of Future Medical Leaders and Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders. After creating the Congresses for high-achieving high school students in 2013, The National Leadership Academies transferred ownership of the Congresses to New Charter University in 2018 and now provides support to New Charter University in the delivery of these career-defining experiences. For more information on the Congresses, please visit www.new.edu/congresses.
The National Leadership Academies firmly believe it is our educators – classroom teachers, school counselors, principals, university professors, community leaders – who best prepare students to be our country’s future leaders. The National Leadership Academies is proud to include educators who are passionate about offering opportunities to enrich any student on its Honorary Board of Educators. Any educator interested in becoming a member of Honorary Board of Educators and who would like to nominate a student for any program of The National Leadership Academies should contact the Educator Liaison Office directly at (888) 986-6929 or email us at VIP@TheNationalLeadershipAcademies.com.
The National Leadership Academies pays taxes, accepts no taxpayer assistance or private subsidies, and is completely self-sustaining through tuition from academic programs.