More than 300 students from nine states have converged on Wayne State College to hone the leadership skills for their trek to the future.
They're taking part in the Launch Leadership Camp, a week-long huddle teaching junior high and high school students how to be better leaders.
They're giving back by packing food, painting gyms and even showing support for social justice.
Camper Marc Osborn said, "It's been so instrumental in my growth individually, and I really think it's helped me blossom into a more complete individual."
Destiny Dewald said, “It's really helped me over the years, and especially this year being in advanced leadership workshop, see who I am not only as a leader but as a person going through life."
Students say serving the community of Wayne has been repayment for the town hosting the workshop. It's been taking place there for more than 50 years.
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