Unified Leadership Summit








Inspire student voice to provide an inside look at the critical issues facing students today.


Outline the blueprints of a strong school culture. Learn what it takes to create positive change.



Rally the student body to take action and solve critical issues on campus.



Create a cohesive school community united by student leadership.

Everyone Needs a Voice


Special Olympics Texas and TEEN TRUTH are proud to offer a unique TEEN TRUTH: Leadership Summit opportunity. Focused on social inclusion and thought provoking leadership models this event is poised to become the premiere solution for leadership development efforts across the state of Texas. Featuring award-winning content, powerful speaking performances, and workshop-style sessions this full-day event gives students a critical understanding of the issues currently affecting school climate and empowers them to develop an action plan that addresses identified concerns. Overall, the goal of this life-changing event is to produce campus wide initiatives that will improve school safety and build campus culture.


This student-driven event gives student leaders a critical understanding of the issues currently affecting school climate and empowers them to develop a comprehensive action plan to address the identified concerns. This innovative program is offered to schools that want to improve the impact of existing leadership groups by developing a TEEN TRUTH inspired action plan that youth can use to produce campus wide activities that improve safety, connect students and that ultimately enhance your school climate.


Ideal for middle school or high school aged audiences; our focus is to help student leaders understand that being an effective leader is about more than producing dances, rallies, or theme days. The TEEN TRUTH: Leadership Summit teaches the importance of their position and how to use campus activities to improve student life. Geared to be a full day experience, this workshop will redefine leadership and teach important skills such as:


  • Possessing a greater understanding of what it means to be a leader
  • Brainstorming social-emotional issues that negatively affect school culture
  • Developing tangible solutions that can be implemented on campus
  • Creating an activity calendar that focuses on connecting the student body

Houston Area Event

Hosted By: 

Kingwood Community Center

4102 Rustic Woods Dr.
Humble, TX 77345


10:00 am – 3:30 pm


– Seating is Limited –

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