Greenville will play host to dozens of teens for a weeklong program that is not just a summer camp but an event that will help them develop skills to become more effective leaders.
As a bonus, the program will be led by someone who recently was one of the most powerful leaders in the country.
About 37 high school students from North Carolina and Virginia and their families gathered at East Carolina University’s Willis Building to start off the second annual Shelton Leadership Challenge, named after former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and retired U.S. Army Gen. Hugh Shelton.
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