leadership academy

Leadership payment

The Leadership Academy is a special program for those who are ready to take on responsibility and commitment.

While under adult supervision, select students develop the skills to become group leaders. The leaders take on the responsibility to assist the instructor, design programs, and contribute to the learning of others. This is a proven methodology in which students learn easier from role models, succeed higher, develop business skills and aspire to become the next entrepreneur.

 

The Leadership Academy Scholarship Awards Committee will release the requirements, criteria, and application form for the Scholarship Award. Every year based on donations, LASA awards a partial college scholarship to a deserving Leadership Academy student. The scholarship award ceremony will be during the annual fundraising Gala, date to be announced.

Meet our Leaders

Senior Leaders

Jacob Denick

Vincent Carrillo 

Zane Weston

"CraftingEducation Academy has created a close-knit community if friends and family. It has helped me to get a better grasp of STEM and what it entails, as well as improving my understanding of how computers function" 

- Daijah Rolle 2020

Leaders

Charlie Robbins

Daijah Rolle

Koden Crooks

"The Leadership Academy has taught me a lot about friendship with the leaders being so close, as if we were family. It has also allowed me to learn more about my interests through other leaders. Being able to teach students about what I love is very exciting!

- Nicole Breslin 2021

Leaders in Training

Sean Dempster

Nicole Breslin

Conrad Kempf

"I joined Crafting Education because I wanted to learn more in-depth about Minecraft and other programs, and found I like to help the kids around me with the programs I started to learn. It's nice to be around people who share the same interests as me and be able to always have feedback."

- Conrad Kempf 2020

leadership scholarships

Eligibility for the scholarship
  • The student should have a connection to the community of Brevard County, Florida

  • He or she must have graduated elementary 

  • Have completed one year of the Leadership Academy in satisfactory standing

Selection Criteria
  • Completion and score in the Leadership Academy

  • Extracurricular Activities (school, workplace, church, etc.)

  • Community Involvement

  • Essay: Submission instructions are included in the scholarship application form.

Application Requirements
  1. Complete the scholarship application form

  2. Submit transcript graduation documentation

  3. Submit two letters of recommendation from persons associated with applicant’s extracurricular and community services

  4. Write and submit an essay of at least twelve hundred (1200) words on the subject: If you were to develop something, what would it be and how will it impact the world