The roles that students’ have in extracurricular activities, as well as the support of family and other adults, has a significant impact on students’ perceptions of their leadership skills. Hancock, Dyk, and Jones’s used the Search Institute’s Profiles of Student Life: Attitudes and Behaviors instrument and the 4-H Essential Elements in their study of 647 high school students. They recommend that youth-adult relationships exist as formal mentoring relationships to enhance students’ perceptions of their leadership skills.

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