Tomorrow’s Leaders College Program

A virtual program for students ages 18+ who want to build leadership skills, learn the story behind cystic fibrosis research, and network with others while making a difference for the CF community. 

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The Tomorrow's Leaders College Program is a free, virtual program for current high school or college students and recent graduates ages 18 or older who want to build leadership skills, learn the story behind cystic fibrosis research, and network with others while making a difference for the CF community. 

2024 Program Details

Join us this summer for four sessions led by the National Tomorrow’s Leaders Committee and industry experts: 

AdvocateU: Empowering Voices for Change
Master the art of advocacy, while exploring impactful opportunities within the CF Foundation. Unleash your potential to make a difference today and learn how to be your best advocate! 
Guest Speaker: Scott Sherwood, Policy & Advocacy Specialist at the CF Foundation

StorySphere: The Power of Networking Through Narrative
Delve into the art of networking and harnessing the transformative power of storytelling. Learn how sharing your unique story can forge meaningful connections and propel you towards success in both your personal and professional endeavors.
Guest Speakers: National Tomorrow’s Leaders Committee Members

LeadUp: Mastering Leadership in Any Style
This interactive session will explore the dynamics of leadership and teamwork, empowering you to thrive regardless of the leadership style you encounter. From transformational to servant leadership, discover how to excel and make a difference in any team setting!
Guest Speaker: Janis Becker, Head of Talent Management at the CF Foundation

CareConnect: Bridging Students to the Future of CF Care 
Dive into the latest updates in care delivery and explore new CF care guidelines that are currently open for public comment . See how these developments shape real-life practice and impact the lives of people with CF, igniting your passion for a career in healthcare.  
Guest Speaker: Dr. Alicia Mirza, Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University

Commitment

  • The 2024 summer program will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays over a two-week period: July 30, August 1, 6, and 8 from 7–8 p.m. ET. 
  • The program consists of sessions, short assignments, and optional social and networking activities.
  • Attendees are expected to attend all sessions and complete pre- and post-work between workshops.

Service-Learning Hours and Credit

You may be eligible to receive service-learning hours for completing this course. Depending on your level of involvement, the program will total a minimum of 2 hours and a maximum of 4 hours. 

When the application opens, please verify the requirement with your college and provide details on part two of your application.

Register Today

Registration is open now through Friday, July 26. For questions, contact volunteer@cff.org.

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