The Carolinas Life Skills and Leadership Academy provides a thrilling in-residence learning experience based on character development, core values, life skills, leadership, and citizenship.
The mission of The Carolinas Life Skills and Leadership Academy is to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values, and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.
Our vision is to be the world leader in youth life skills and leadership academy delivery and impact.
Our program immerses teenage participants in a high intensity life skills and leadership experience. Learning is embedded in leader training and golf activities. Participants will develop a personal campaign for their high school and college years. The overall theme of our program is "leadership for life."
June 16th-June 21st - The First Tee of the Cape Fear Region, The First Tee of Eastern North Carolina, and West Brunswick High School
June 23rd-June 28th - Military Youth
July 7th-July 12th - The First Tee East Territory
July 14th-July 19th - Georgetown County
July 21st-July 26th - Youth of Wounded Warriors
July 28th-August 2nd - The First Tee East Territory
August 4th-August 9th - Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina
August 11th-August 16th - North Brunswick High School and South Brunswick High School
Attendees for The Carolinas Life Skills and Leadership Academy must be between 14 and 17 years of age.
Attendees for the two The First Tee East Territory academies must be Eagle or Ace level.
There is no registration fee to attend The Carolinas Life Skills and Leadership Academy. However, all transportation fees must be covered and arranged by the sponsoring organization and/or the participant's family.
All academy attendees must bring the following: clean bed linens for a single bed, blanket, pillow, towels, and wash cloths.
You can also help The Carolinas Life Skills and Leadership Academy and The First Tee of Brunswick County achieve its mission by making a donation. For more information, please call (910) 754-5288 or simply donate online.