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Worthington student heads to Young Leaders Conference

The academic and career oriented development experience is intended to enable students to explore their interests and learn beyond the classroom.

MiKeayla Engidaw
MiKeayla Engidaw
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WORTHINGTON — MiKeayla Engidaw will join outstanding middle-schoolers from across the U.S. for the Junior National Young Leaders Conference at College Park Marriott in Baltimore/Washington.

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“In Worthington, the growing racial and ethnic diversity affords us endless opportunities to learn from and with one another."

The academic and career oriented development experience is intended to enable students to explore their interests and learn beyond the classroom.

Paula Wolyniec, Engidaw’s sixth grade teacher, nominated her to attend the conference, stating that she is a natural leader. Engidaw participates in volleyball and choir and enjoys singing, acting and drawing.

Engidaw said she would bring her camera to take pictures on the trip, and that she has always wanted to visit Washington D.C.

She hopes to become a lawyer and attend school at King’s College in London.

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