Tuition-Free Online College Business Leadership Course for Southwest Virginia High School Students
Updated: Feb 13
In conjunction with the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority, the Napoleon Hill Foundation is pleased to offer high school students in Wise, Dickenson, Buchanan, Tazewell, Russell, Lee, and Scott counties, and the City of Norton, the opportunity to take its Napoleon Hill’s Keys to Success course at no cost to students. Thanks to a grant from VCEDA, the cost of tuition will be paid for the first 100 high school students to enroll. The class is based on Napoleon Hill’s Keys to Success, The 17 Principles of Personal Achievement. It is an accredited course that has been taught for more than two decades at The University of Virginia’s College at Wise and has produced many successful leaders. For more information and to begin the application process, interested students should complete the preregistration form at www.napoleon-hill-leaders.com First and last name, high school attended, phone number, email address, and how you heard about the course. A representative of the Foundation will be reaching out to explain the rest of the application process and answer any questions the student may have about the course. Counselors and teachers may also contact us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org The Foundation is looking forward to sharing the life-changing philosophies and success principles that have helped many live productive and happy lives.