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For Just the Cost of 125 Cups of Coffee, You Can Sponsor a Future Leader in Need

NASBA's Center for the Public Trust is soliciting donations to sponsor a future leader, and boy is it a bargain. Cancel that $18 a month you're throwing away for the ASPCA and get on this, stat.

If you want to make an investment that’s guaranteed to grow, buy some stock in the character index.

Recent studies have found that appropriating new global leaders is the top challenge facing businesses of tomorrow. That’s because 66% of organizations are weak in their ability to develop leaders from the Millennial generation.

You can make an investment to help change that.

Somehow, Millennials have baffled leader-makers since the first bunch of us emerged 30 years ago, and yet with just a few hundred dollars and a two day programming session in some hotel ballroom, problem solved!

The Sponsor a Leader Campaign provides leadership and ethics training to outstanding college students through the annual Student Leadership Conference. Attendees workshop real-life ethical dilemmas, network with top industry professionals and glean wisdom from keynotes by world-class executives.

Leadership with integrity is the linchpin of a healthy economy. It inspires not only better business, but a better community. Character pays dividends.

The market of the future demands new leaders with both the skillset to make smart decisions and the values to make right ones. Companies who invest in developing such leaders lay an ethical foundation for generations of future growth.

Just how much is this investment opportunity going to run you? Glad you asked. You can sponsor a team of 5 students for the low low price of $5000. A single leader will run you a cool grand and, for the budget-minded, there's also the option to co-sponsor a leader for $500.

That means for the price of just 125 Venti black eyes at the coffee shop, you can invest in the future. *cue sad Sarah McLachlan music and pictures of doe-eyed students*