CKALL is designed to teach high school age students the importance of actively being involved with their community. The leadership program encourages teamwork among students from various communities, thus creating a network for students to utilize in the future.
CKALL’s mission is to raise the awareness of young people in community problem-solving, to prepare young people to take on meaningful roles in community problem-solving, and to develop their individual capacity to provide meaningful service and leadership in the communities from which they come.
We use hands-on experience as much as possible to teach. Sessions include tours, role-playing, panel presentations, videotapes, lectures, games, question and answer sessions, and other techniques. Participants are expected to attend all sessions unless prevented by a serious illness or other major family emergency. A requirement of graduation is that no more than two sessions be missed. Graduates of the program are expected to help with future class programs.