Salina, Kansas - In partnership with the Eagle-U Foundation, founded by Dr. Ken Guest, the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce has awarded two, full scholarships to Eagle-U, a youth leadership success retreat for students between the ages of 15 to 25+ years old. The two recipients are local Salina high school students, Adia Peck, a junior at Salina Central High School, and Jason Marrs, a junior at Sacred Heart High School.
While attending Eagle-U, students learn success principles from today’s business and industry leaders and role models. When the techniques and systems they learn are followed, students experience a more streamlined, rapid education, skipping the trial and error process to land a career that is a custom fit
Students can expect to learn about workforce and professional development, career planning strategies, identifying core values, strategic goal setting, study skills, performance psychology, entrepreneurship, public speaking and communication skills, interview skills, time management, dressing for success and etiquette, and much more.
Eagle U was co-founded in the 1990’s by Steven J. Anderson. As an entrepreneur and mentor to thousands of professionals and business executives, he identified Natural Laws of human behavior and designed systems to accomplish predictable, consistent results in business and in life.
Salina Area Chamber of Commerce