Our network of young leaders in the Windrose Project centers on relational learning, because leaders must be learners first. Indeed, to be a lifelong learner is to pursue Truth. Knowledge empowers the learner and the contemplation of truth fundamentally impacts how we live. This knowledge should be accessible to young people even if they do not have an opportunity to study the liberal arts in a college setting. We want to form well-rounded young leaders who know what they believe and why. By studying the American Founding, character development, and core leadership skills, The Windrose Project cultivates the mind and nourishes the soul.
We host monthly seminars and other regular community-building events. Windrose facilitates opportunities for young leaders to network with their peers and push one another toward a standard of excellence in all things. We provide close encounters with local, state and federal elected officials as speakers and examples for our young leaders. Windrose members attend city council meetings, engage at town hall meetings, and visit the offices of local representatives.