The Association of Catholic Student Councils Orange County chapter works to develop leadership skills among elementary students

By STAFF     3/15/2016

Catholic student leaders gathered at Santa Margarita Catholic High School earlier this month for a Leadership Day hosted by TACSC (The Association of Catholic Student Councils). This marked the very first TACSC Leadership Day in Orange County.

Students from Catholic high schools including Santa Margarita, JSerra, Rosary Academy, and Servite trained for the past few months with TACSC in preparation for this inaugural Leadership Day.

The event focused on training students from a handful of Orange County elementary Schools, including Our Lady of Fatima, Serra Catholic School, St. John’s Episcopal School and St. Francis of Assisi. The goal is to develop real world planners, effective communicators, lifelong mentors and servant leaders. Students participated in various interactive workshops and activities to strengthen their leadership, team building, and group-dynamic skills.

TACSC is a 34-year-old Catholic leadership organization whose mission is to develop leaders who positively impact our world. The organization has over 17,000 alumni who have participated in their summer leadership camps and programs.

For more information about getting involved with TACSC, please visit www.TACSC.org