TeenPact is designed to help students understand the political process, value their liberty, and engage the culture. Through our hands-on and practical teaching, TeenPact students learn how to embrace their call as the next generation of leaders, find encouragement among like-minded peers, and develop the skills to engage the culture.

 

You are never too young to be a leader–will you answer the call?

 

 






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At TeenPact, we believe students learn best by doing. That’s why we offer hands-on leadership classes across the nation.

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November 16, 2018

The Magnitude of Mercy


This post was written by TeenPact Student Body Senator Joel Myers of Nebraska.   This is not the story I wanted to tell.   When I began to write this post, I thought I knew exactly what I was supposed to share. I thought I had a message…

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November 12, 2018

God's Tapestry


This post was written by TeenPact Student Body Senator Maggie Megelsh of Tennessee.   I recently saw a woman making a tapestry. She worked from the back of the tapestry, weaving in a new piece of colored thread every few minutes. The back…

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November 02, 2018

On Things Above


This post was written by TeenPact Student Body Senator Isaac Richardson of Missouri.   I was an easily distracted child. I can’t count the number of times my mom gave me a school assignment to then ten minutes later find me outside jumping…

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October 29, 2018

Stick With It


This post was written by TeenPact Student Body Representative Libby Robinson of Georgia.   As with any event, it’s easy to go through the motions at National Convention. You can become so emotionally invested in what you’re experiencing…

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The other two thirds is covered by the donations from parents, grandparents, TeenPact alumni and friends of TeenPact just like you.

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