Leadership In Action Fair

Please come out and join us for a lunchtime of social justice!

Four teams of talented high school students showcase the results of their LIA (Leadership In Action) projects -- projects that they have defined themselves, on issues they care about.

When: Friday, July 29, 11:30am - 1:00pm
Where: Northeastern University, Curry Student Center, Room 333
Directions: Number 50 on this map


Team Name Project
D-UNIT (Diversity Unit) KID - Kids Involvement Day - learn what it was like to facilitate a group of younger students in leadership activities.
DTA (Dedicated Teens in Action) Kick Out The Violence - hear about how the students handed out information at our kickball tournament and more about violence prevention and awareness.
NANAWEEYA (Combination of letters from team members' names) Pregnancy, Violence, Suicide and Drugs - receive information attached to a lollipop on issues concerning teens. This group has also created a skit about these issues that they will perform after the LIA fair, privately just for their peers in the program.
NAVIGATORS - Power, Pride, Passion (As Agents of Change, we navigate and choose our path using qualities that we value (the three P's) ) Open Your Eyes and Realize What's Happening In Sudan - Find out what it was like to meet with Senator Kerry's Aide about the genocide situation, as well as raise money for this cause in collaboration with Doctors Without Borders and SAVE Darfur Coalition.

Agents of Change Kick Out the Violence Kickball Classic

The purpose of the tournament is to have fun and to give our students an opportunity to showcase their leadership skills in organizing the tournament. One of the teams of students did their Leadership In Action project on violence, and changed the title of the tournament. All teams helped in the planning of this event.

Tuesday Evening, July 19, 2005 Youth League: 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Adult League: 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Charlestown High School, 240 Medford Street, Charlestown, MA
Team Size: 8-15 people

Adult Fee Amounts
Team (paid by the Captain): $150
Individual Player: $15
Spectator: $5
Youth Fee Amounts
Team (paid by the Captain): $20
Individual Player: $2
Spectator: None

Teams (and individuals who wish to be placed on a team) must be registered by Friday, July 15 by paying fees online through the PayPal button below, or by check made payable to EnVision Leadership, to 145 Hanover Street, Boston, MA 02108.
SPACE IS LIMITED - so sign up now! Questions? 617-718-0225 or

Thank you for your support! ~The EnVision Leadership Team

Agents of Change Community Breakfast

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." ~Margaret Mead

Come, eat, network, and be inspired! Learn ways to partner, invest, and volunteer for Youth Leadership. The purpose of the breakfast is to build our community of support for the Agents of Change program.

Special Guest Speaker: Tulaine Shabazz Marshall, National Director of Graduate and Youth Opportunities at YouthBuild USA

At Boston's John Joseph Moakley United State Courthouse
Thursday, June 2, 2005 from 8:00-9:30am.

Tickets are $15 per person (click the secure Buy Now button below, mail a check, or call 617-266-2502 and ask for Jamie).

Supplemental donations of any amount are being accepted until May 27. $10 or more will be recognized in our program book (if desired).

Thank you for your support! ~The EnVision Leadership Team

Felt Party

On Tuesday evening, March 15, 2005, we held a successful event at

The Felt Boston

to let people know what we have been up to and to spread the word about volunteer opportunities.

Special thanks to the Felt for offering their space as a free venue including free appetizers and access to billiard tables. The Felt also gave us two certificates for more free parties like this which we raffled off to lucky winners. AOC t-shirts were raffled off as well!

A big giant thank you also to everyone who came, it was great to see you! We will let you know when we have another event of this kind.