The Anthony Robbins Foundation Global Youth Leadership Summit (GYLS) is a five-day program that provides participants, ranging in age from 14-17, with an environment designed to boost them into leadership roles that will change their lives and communities. Global Youth Leadership Summit’s format includes small group discussions, hands-on service learning experiences, leadership simulation games and exercises designed to enable summit participants to identify their own particular leadership strengths. Dynamic keynote speakers from around the world present on topics from leadership styles to contribution. At the conclusion of GYLS, participants are encouraged to identify personal goals and make a commitment to community service. The extension selection process evaluates applicants on the merits of their attitude, academic studies, community work, charisma, confidence and performance as role models for other CCF children. Of the 25 applicants, 7 CCF children were selected as GYLS students.