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Standard Process Inc. Receives Accolades for its Support of the American Youth Foundation

Representatives of the American Youth Foundation visited Standard Process to acknowledge its support. 

Local students (l-r) Kadee Jankowski, Jackie Rosa, Jarrett Giese, Antonia Bartolotta, and Mercedes Marinez were sponsored by Standard Process to attend the American Youth Foundation National Leadership Conference in June. After the conference, they, met with Standard Process President Charles DuBois (far right) to share their conference experiences.

PALMYRA, Wis. (August 13, 2015)—Over the past two years, Standard Process Inc. has given seven students a chance to learn life-long leadership skills at the American Youth Foundation’s National Leadership Conference. Due to Standard Process’ commitment as a corporate conference sponsor, American Youth Foundation leaders visited the company last month to show their appreciation.

“I know our Standard Process employees often take aspects of our corporate culture, like integrity and teamwork, home and instill these values in their children,” said Charles C. DuBois, president of Standard Process. “I want Standard Process to also do its part in teaching students how to become positive leaders in their community, and we can do this by partnering with the American Youth Foundation.”

On July 22, DuBois and several of the sponsored students’ parents met with American Youth Foundation board of directors and first cousins, Chairman David Danforth and Vice Chairman Chris Danforth.

"We love the energy and sense of commitment they bring every year, and we know this is an extension of Standard Process.”

“We wanted to give our appreciation of Standard Process’ support in person,” said David Danforth. “It’s great to see so many students sponsored by the same company because they bring the company’s corporate culture with them and share it with others at the conference.”

Chris Danforth added, “The students that Standard Process has sent to the conference are very engaged in the conference. “We love the energy and sense of commitment they bring every year, and we know this is an extension of Standard Process.”

Held in Shelby, Michigan, the leadership conference teaches attendees skills to help develop their minds, bodies and spirits. The skills learned help attendees, who range in age from 15 to 17 years old, become better role models for their peers and positive forces of change in their communities.

Conference attendees this year included Kadee Jankowski of Mukwonago, Wisconsin, and Antonia Bartolotta, Noemie Covarrubias, Jarrett Giese, Mercedes Marinez, and Jackie Rosa of Palmyra, Wisconsin. This was the second year that Covarrubias, Giese and Jankowski attended the conference, which was held this year June 13-20, 2015.

In addition to being 15 to 17 years old to qualify for the sponsorship, applicants must also be the child of a Standard Process employee. Prior to attending, each applicant wrote an essay about themselves and interviewed with Standard Process’ life coach consultant, Pat Jones. After returning from the conference, the group shared their experiences with DuBois.

The American Youth Foundation is a non-profit organization offering leadership camps and conferences, and year-round school and community programs. Its mission is to motivate youth to be the best personal selves they can be and to live a balanced life through mental, physical, spiritual and social activities and to serve others.

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