Since 1981, more than 4,000 of North Dakota’s most OUTSTANDING high school sophomores have attended NDLS. This three-day seminar, which connects the student leaders with inspirational community and business leaders is given at no cost to the students, their parents, or their schools.

NDLS is a non-profit organization, funded solely through private contributions. We gratefully acknowledge all of our generous sponsors for their support.

Platinum ($5000+)
University of Jamestown

Gold ($2,500-$4,999)

Executive ($1,000-$2,500)
Lumen Vision – Fargo
Montana-Dakota Utilities – Bismarck

Leader ($500-$999)
North Star Lions Club – Bismarck
William Behrman
Justin Stubstad
NDLS Alumni
First Western Bank & Trust – Minot
Joel Thomsen & Family
Bank Forward – Fargo
Union State Bank – Hazen

Sponsor ($225-$499)
Dana Altendorf
Altendorf Trucking – Minto
Magic City Lions Club – Minot
Falkirk Mining Company – Underwood
Enderlin Lions Club
United Valley Bank – Cavalier
Vision Bank – Fargo
McIntosh County Bank – Ashley
Aspire Bank – Hatton
Scranton Lions Club
Zeeland Lions Club
Ottertail Power Company – Jamestown
Women’s Literary Club – Northwood
Dakota Community Bank & Trust – Hebron
Sharon Huber
Zach & Dannette Huber
Dorothy & Brad Lick
The Union Bank of Glen Ullin
Unison Bank – Linton
First United Bank – Park River

Donor ($10-$224)
The Hallaway Family
Northern Plains Electric Co-op – Cando
Marilyn Randash
Bryan & Lavonne Haugen
Thomas Muscha
Sara Litton
Kylee & Dustin Whitney
The Coteau Properties Company – Beulah
Kelsey Altendorf
Megan Goldade
Lehr Lions Club
Heartland State Bank – Edgeley
Koda Bank – Drayton
First State Bank of Cando
Union Bank – Wilton

In-Kind Donations

Jed Geer
Basin Electric Power Cooperative
The Jamestown Sun
The Walsh County Record – Grafton
The Middle River Honker – Middle River, MN
Cashwise – Jamestown
NDLS Alumni
University of Jamestown