The Leadership Institute's Youth Leadership School (YLS) is a two-day, comprehensive campaign activism training that provides the tools to be an effective youth leader for candidates and causes of their choice. This "bootcamp of politics" is an essential training for anyone who wants to be active in the political process.
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Decades ago, the Youth Leadership School literally launched my political career. I'm so thankful for Morton Blackwell and The Leadership Institute.
Taking the YLS as a college student gave me invaluable insight on how campaigns function and how I could make myself into an asset for candidates and causes I care about.
Attending the Youth Leadership School was enriching and empowering. It provided a robust foundation for me to develop my young career in conservative politics. I would highly recommend to any individual seeking to take the next step in their political career.
The Youth Leadership School really took my political career to the next level. Without the people I met and the lessons I learned in the YLS, I wouldn't be where I am today.
The YLS is a vital training for anyone in conservative politics. It helped me grow the movement on my campus and get a Youth Director position with a campaign.
Isaac Romberger is the Youth Leadership School Coordinator for the Leadership Institute.
Previously, Isaac was the Colorado field rep. for the Leadership Institute. He was helping conservative and libertarian groups across the state to achieve there activism goals and bring speakers to campus.
This past election cycle, Isaac served as the Pennsylvania Youth Coordinator for Donald J. Trump's presidential campaign.
In 2016, on the Art Halverson Campaign for PA's 9th district he worked two precincts managing mulitple projects and the get out to vote movement.
Isaac became politically active in college when he was member of the College Republicans and Vice President of the Political Science Student Leadership Committee.
He is a conservative because of his middle-class upbringing that embraced the values of hard work and dedication to family and community.
In addition to his political activity, Isaac enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, hiking, and throwing darts.