On Saturday Oct. 10th, the Education Department of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library will welcome 15 students representing 10 area schools for the first event in the Woodrow Wilson Student Leadership program. These students, from grades 11 and 12 were selected based on leadership roles, academic standing, and teacher recommendations. Robin Von Seldeneck, CEO of the library will welcome the students and lead introductory activities. The Honorable Don W. Wilson, Ph.D. will follow with “Meeting Mr. Wilson and His Relevance Today”. Tiffany Brutus, Director of Student Athletic Affairs, James Madison University, will present “Building Life Long Leaders” and “Finding Your Leadership Potential”. Following a luncheon at The Frederick Street Café, the students will hear from Russ Ingersoll of Harbor Counseling Services, on “Creating an Excellent Essay, Just in Time for College Applications”. This is the first of four events to be held for the students selected for the 2015-2016 school year. For more information about the program visit http://www.woodrowwilson.org/education/woodrow-wilson-student-leadership-program or firstname.lastname@example.org.