Spend one week this summer at Wake Forest building confidence speaking, arguing, and learning to passionately advocate. Students will engage in active, hands-on learning around topics they find interesting. A combination of speaking, videos, off-campus excursions, debating, guest speakers, researching, and plenty of time conversing provide students with the skills and experience to become better communicators. Whether in the classroom, the boardroom, or the halls of Congress, students will enjoy applying advocacy skills in whatever environment their future takes them.
Dates: June 23-28, 2019
Eligibility: Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school and incoming college freshmen
Program Length: 1-week sessions
Program Tuition: $2,350
Location: Winston-Salem, NC – Wake Forest University Reynolda Campus
Residential or Non Residential: Residential
*Courses carry no secondary school or college credit. Upon completion of the program, an official Wake Forest University certificate of achievement will be awarded to all Debate and Public Advocacy Institute participants.
*Hands-on experiences are subject to change.
Reynolda Campus (Residential Program) | $2,350
*This “A Day in the Life” sample schedule is based upon the 2018 curriculum and is subject to change.
Academic Leader, Debate and Public Advocacy
Justin Green currently serves as the Head Coach for the Wake Forest Debate team and as an Assistant Professor of the Practice in Communication Studies. A secondary teacher by training and a debate and speaking coach by practice, Justin has combined these efforts to lead several workshops to students and teachers ranging from grades 3-16. He has coached American Debate Association and Cross Examination Debate Association National Champions as well as three-time back-to-back champions of the ACC. He is known for immense energy and an active classroom where students do more talking than “being quiet”. A graduate of Wake Forest University, Justin is excited to extend the campus to new guests each summer.