Greater Green Bay Teen Leadership


Greater Green Bay Teen Leadership program helps build and strengthen emerging young leaders with skills, knowledge and experiences that prepare them to be effective partners for positive change in the Greater Green Bay area.

Program layout

Monthly Community Experiences

Through monthly leadership training sessions, students will...

Students will experience many different aspects of the Greater Green Bay area through tours and exploration and have the opportunity to speak to elected officials, business CEOs, nonprofit managers, members of law enforcement and many more community leaders.

Small Group Community Projects

Student leaders also work in small groups to complete a community project, which is required to complete the program. With guidance from an experienced, adult mentor, the project small groups will conquer challenges and address community issues that meet the interest areas of the students. During the project development process, students learn about themselves and how to communicate as a small group and community leaders, while utilizing the leadership practices.


All students from all academic backgrounds are encouraged to apply during their Freshman year of high school, and the program is structured for students entering their Sophomore year of high school in June.

Ideal Characteristics of a student participant:

  • Continuous learner
  • Emerging community servant
  • Cares about their own growth, their community and others
  • Willingness to commit time to the program during session days and outside of program days

Completed applications will be reviewed to accept a mix of students with different backgrounds and experiences, varying leadership and/or volunteer experience, and a solid desire and passion to become involved with a cause.

The Greater Green Bay Teen Leadership program is a great way to meet students who want to make a difference in their schools and in their community. During leadership sessions, teens will conquer challenges, practice leadership skills and meet community leaders who are making a difference in Greater Green Bay.

Why become involved?

This program provides teens with skills that will:

  • make a difference in our community
  • gain skills to prepare for future careers
  • explore passions and personality traits
  • assist with making better teen leaders with family, friends, and fellow students


Applications are Open

The Class of 2022 will be announced to the students in May.

If you have questions regarding the Class of 2022, please email or call 920.593.3404.

Information to collect/review prior to applying:
  • Student and Parent Contact Information
  • Permission from high school principal/counselor
  • Availability for all 2021-2022 program and session days
    (Schedule noted below)
  • Updated student resume (Resume Examples and Resources)
  • Completed school and community observation - Click here for details
  • Review and agree to the Program Agreement Form, Student Health & Emergency Contact Form, Liability Form.
Resources to use during application process:

Sample Application

 Sample Student Resume

*Note: The electronic application will take about 30 minutes to complete and cannot be started and saved.
Please have your resume, contact information, question answers, and observation presentation prepared prior to starting the electronic application.

2021 - 2022 Program Schedule Will Be Announced Soon


For more information, contact the Greater Green Bay Chamber at 920.593.3400 or via email.



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Additional Sponsors:
  • 4imprint
  • Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve
  • Brown County Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Green Bay Police Department
  • Kwik Trip
  • Neville Public Museum

Program Graduation Sponsors

Thank You
to the Program Sustaining Sponsor:

Class of 2020!

Be inspired by the experiences and leadership journey of these young individuals and our future community leaders.

Watch Class of 2020 Video

"Through the Greater Green Bay Teen Leadership Program, I have become a better leader by facing new challenges, enhancing my interpersonal skills, and meeting other teens who want to make a difference in our community.

Some aspects of the program I really enjoyed were touring facilities, specifically downtown Green Bay, and interacting with guest speakers especially the government officials panel from our community. Overall this program has not only made me a better leader but, also a better person." 

Class of 2019
Notre Dame de la Baie Academy

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