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The Teen Excellence Leadership Course empowers scholars in 10-12th grade to excel through etiquette.  Teen Excellence includes 12 interactive sessions that build scholars' confidence, reduce negative interactions, and equip teens with crucial social and professional skills that will help them prepare for current and future success.

Teen Excellence Leadership Course

The Teen Excellence Leadership Course Meets the Need

"91% of parents say they want schools to implement activities that teach kids social skills."  Sourde:  OSMO Study

Equipping Scholars to Lead in Excellence

Become an Official Teen Excellence Site

Welcome educators, program directors, and parents!  The National Association of Urban Etiquette Professionals (NAUEP) is the largest etiquette association in the nation providing more than 1,000 etiquette workshops nationwide annually.


The Teen Excellence Leadership Course is one NAUEPs premier etiquette and leadership programs that works to integrate etiquette into the culture of the school and/or community organization.

Teen Excellence Leadership Course Includes:

  • Etiquette and Leadership

  • Teen Leaders and Business Etiquette

  • Online and Social Media Etiquette

  • Disagreement Etiquette

  • Interview Etiquette

      and much more...

Who is Teen Excellence Leadership Course for:

  • 10-12th grade scholars

  • Scholars who are leaders or demonstrate leadership potential

  • Scholars who are preparing for internships or scholarship interviews

  • Scholars who are needing help with interview skills

How it Works

NAUEP certified professionals throughout the country who work as TELC Coordinators with schools and organizations.  To find out who coordinates the program in your area email

Start Building your Etiquette Culture

Contact your Local Teen Excellence Coordinator or the National Director to find out who to contact.

Colette Martin -

Students Taking Exams

Includes Student Workbook

Scholars receive a workbook to follow throughout their meeting and award-winning etiquette book, The Code.

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