Student named National Beta Leadership Ambassador

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Seth Schenall


From Contributed Reports

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Seth Schenall of Martin Millennium Academy has been named a 2017-18 Junior Beta Leadership Ambassador.

This award is given annually to deserving Junior Beta members who best demonstrate quality leadership through effective team work, inspiration to fellow peers, a courageous attitude and honest character.

Seth is one of only 10 Leadership Ambassadors who obtained this honor from 122 potential candidates. Winners were announced during National Beta’s Annual Summer Leadership Camp in Greeneville, Tenn., where elementary and middle school Beta members from across the nation gathered for leadership training. Members spent the week working alongside nationally-recognized speakers and National Beta staff in a variety of leadership and team-building activities and adventures.

As part of his duties as Leadership Ambassador, Seth will represent National Beta at various National Beta sponsored events, promote Beta as part of organizational growth initiatives and advocate for leadership opportunities in his community.

“Seth has a magnetic personality that draws others to him. With exuding joy, he encourages his peers to be problem-solvers and team players. Seth will be an outstanding Junior Beta Leadership Ambassador” said National Beta’s Chief Executive Officer, Bob Bright.

National Beta is the largest independent, nonprofit, educational youth organization in America. Since its beginnings in 1934, National Beta has been committed to providing students with a positive experience in a supportive manner in grades 4-12. The organization recognizes outstanding achievement, promotes character and social responsibility, encourages service involvement to school and community and fosters leadership skills.

For more information about National Beta, visit betaclub.org