Wyoming Seminary fosters leadership skills at retreat

One week before the start of school at Wyoming Seminary in Kingston, Pennsylvania, members of Sem’s student government arrived at local Camp Orchard Hill thinking they were going to just learn about leadership. After 24 hours of spending time swimming, swinging in the air, playing games, and eating marshmallows at a campfire, as well as role play and seminars, they discovered that really getting to know each other and building trust is the first step in learning how to truly lead. This reflects Wyoming Seminary’s goal of creating active learners, responsible citizens, community leaders, and ethical individuals ready to take their place in the world.

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