Juniors Caroline Ho and Rohit Mathur Selected as DYLN Scholars
The Delaware Youth Leadership Network(DYLN) prides itself on being a catalyst for growth, thought and reflection for high school students. Archmere juniors Caroline Ho and Rohit Mathur have been selected as DYLN Scholars this year after successfully performing in a competitive interview process.
As scholars, Caroline and Rohit will be required to attend every DYLN meeting and event, in addition to completing assignments in between sessions. They will also have the opportunity to meet distinguished leaders and speakers, and to be matched up with a mentor who will share real world experiences with them, offer additional support for program activities, and may assist with networking opportunities.
Students who become DYLN Scholars apply their experience in the program to every facet of their lives – in academics, on athletic fields, in clubs and extracurricular activities. The DYLN mission statement reads, "Founded in 2012, the Delaware Youth Leadership Network inspires, motivates and develops Delaware high school students to become leaders of tomorrow. A lofty goal, we agree. Through inspirational speakers, mentors and activities that push our students to think differently, we equip DYLN Scholars with the skills, tools and insight to lead impactful lives."