Teaching. Leading. Inspiring.

Since 1982, over 30,000 students across America have participated in the Broyhill Leadership Conferences. This summer, the opportunity to attend BLC is available to you! Join us for what will be one of the most unique experiences you will ever have!

Did you know?

Tomorrow’s America Foundation teaches leadership and personal development principles to teens.

About Our Staff

Our staff members have an average of 10 years experience working with conferences administered by Tomorrow’s America Foundation. The majority of staff members are educators. Many hold advanced degrees in education and counseling and many are actively pursuing continuing education and training. Most are involved with extracurricular activities that benefit the youth in their schools, churches, and communities. All our staff members are well-rounded and experienced in helping youth through many of the challenges facing them at this critical point in their lives.

Staff Credentials


Employment
High school teachers, administrators, counselors, coaches
Middle school teachers, counselors, coaches
College coach
Communities in Schools Staff
Corporate Vice President
Motivational speakers
Sports Outreach
USAF Historian


Certifications and training

CPR, First Aid, First Responder
Gifted & Talented Certification
Drop-Out Prevention Training
Foster Parent
Life Skills Coach
Skills USA State Trainer Certification
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training
Youth Counseling Specialist Certification

Education
BS, BA, BSN
MS, MA, Ed.S, MAT, M.Ed., PhD.
Advanced School Counseling

Extra Curricular Activities
Boys and Girls Clubs board member
BETA Club Sponsor
Chamber of Commerce board member
County Commissioner
County Teen Pregnancy Task Force
County School Board member
FCA Advisor
Habitat for Humanity
Optimist Club
Rotary Club
Salvation Army Soup Kitchen
Scouts
Special Olympics
Student Council Advisor
Umpire
United Way board member
YMCA board member

 



Screening and Selection of Staff


Tomorrow’s America Foundation only hires staff who meet our high ideals for someone who will impact young people through our conferences. They must:
• have experience working with young people and a love of doing so.
• display integrity and traditional values in their personal lives.
• practice the principles they will teach young people throughout the summer.
• exude humor and enthusiasm.

Before a staff person is considered for hire, they must fill out an application and extensive questionnaire to determine their experience and core values, go through several interviews with Michael Broome, and pass a nation-wide criminal background check.

Each year, veteran staff members are evaluated by the director and delegates with whom they interact to determine their eligibility to return the following summer. They must re-submit to nation-wide background screening each summer they desire to work.

Additionally, each staff member is given a Guidelines and Policies Handbook which outlines expectations during the conference. Each staff member is required to read and follow the guidelines set forth in the handbook and must sign an agreement stating that they will do so.