Junior Leadership Campus

A programme that fosters the personal and professional growth of entrepreneurial young people eager to build a more just world.

In 2017, the Princess of Girona Foundation, in line with its mission to provide young people with the necessary tools to build a better future for themselves and the society they live in, launched a leadership programme designed to support, encourage, accompany and accelerate the personal and professional growth of young people with development potential who aspire to lead and transform. 

This new edition focuses on facilitating the learning and development of leadership competences through a highly innovative programme, ‘Do good to do well’, which seeks to change the paradigm of growth. Theregistration period for the 2018-2019 edition has now closed. 


Promote a new generation of leaders in the world. Foster a different paradigm of growth and leadership in any type of organisation and in any professional field.

Discover the principles that make leadership something exceptional that encourages young people to build a better future.

Study companies and leaders who are already guided by the principle of ‘do good to do well’ in order to learn from them and apply the same philosophy.

Naturgy’s Puente Nuevo Campus, El Tiemblo, Ávila (Spain) 


Aged between 20 and 30 years old.

Have completed A-level studies or higher vocational training at least.

Either born or legally resident in Spain.

Upper-intermediate level of English.

The programme includes three summits or intensive weekend sessions held in November, January and March. This edition, which will involve a maximum of 25 young people, will last for 50 hours and ends in March 2019.

In this highly innovative programme the participants play a leading role: they search for an attractive image of the future of the world and themselves; they discover what kind of leader they want to be; they create communities and open themselves up to the world.



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