The Words of the Higashino Family
Application for NLTP (National Leadership Training Program) is open! [Click here for a pamphlet about the program.]
a. Current college students
b. Recent college graduates
c. 2nd gen members, young 1st gen members
d. Graduating high school seniors may be acceptable case by case
a. In general, time period is 6 -- 12 months; participants may join either from the beginning of June or the beginning of January.
b. For the next upcoming NLTP program, we recommend participants to come either from the beginning of 21days leadership training (5/23~) or from the beginning of 40days Summer NLTP training (6/17~).
c. Otherwise we may able to make some personal arrangements. Please let us know.
Vision: NLTP will raise young leaders who will be the forerunners in transforming America and supporting the establishment of one God-centered human family
Mission: NLTP is a half-year to one-year program specializing in the education of college students and college graduates to become exemplary leaders who can serve and transform communities through the college campuses. We believe the foundation of leadership is a lifestyle of living for the greater good and the establishment of one’s own God-centered ideal family. Therefore, NLTP will provide cognitive and experiential education to challenge one’s limitations, practice a principled life style, and develop a God-centered viewpoint.
a. Internal Competence: NLTP provides fundraising and witnessing training to build up internal leadership capabilities such as “alignment to the vertical axial line”, “living for the sake of others”, “ownership”, “teamwork”, and “dream big”.
b. External Leadership Skills: NLTP develops external leadership skill sets through hands-on training in designing programs and organizing projects.
c. Guidance to establish ideal families: NLTP provides guidance to each participant to support in establishing one’s God-centered Ideal Blessed Central Family, which is a necessary competency for any future leader.
First application deadline: May 20
For more information, or question about the application, please contact Hiroshi Higashino.
We look forward to hearing from you!