Future Allstars – For 6th-Young Adults Leadership and Team Work Skills

Summer 2024

This program is for those who are going into 4th-5th OR 6th-12th.  

This program is also only for those who have previously attended a UTH event, were successful at the UTH event, and the UTH staff clear them for this program.

This program is geared for high functioning members due to the high communication, social, and emotional demands associated of the activities.

What is the purpose of Future Allstars?

  • The program is designed to focus on the communication, social, and emotional skills to be a more successful leader and team member.
  • Those that enroll will find that they are being expected to be involved socially the entire day and there is little down time to escape, avoid, or be invisible. There are also many opportunities to have personality conflicts, become irritated with someone, etc. that are similar to the day to day real life situations everyone is expected to learn to work through. Staff assists all members through challenges created naturally in a real world social environment.
  • Stamina, problem solving, understanding cause and effect, regulation, learning to be cooperative, and acceptance of outcomes is emphasized at Future Allstars.
  • Communication, personal responsibility, team work, sharing ideas, and remaining involved are heavily emphasized.


What is the structure of Future Allstars?

Each day the members will be provided with at least one “cooperative project” they will complete as a group.

Each day there will be stand alone chit chat times where they are working on the every day back and forth conversation

Each day they will rate their skills in the area of team work.

They will have the ability to take on various roles and responsibilities as the “project” is being put together engaged with, etc.

They will be focusing on how to demonstrate and “sell” their skills to others and what skills they possess that make them a valuable team member.  They will focus on the barriers they bring to the group that day which might make the team work more challenging.

Each member will bring their own lunch to eat during the designated lunch break.

The themes for the “cooperative project” for the summer 2024 session are:

6/6 board game (pre-purchased games that inspire conversation & shared humor)

6/13 science experiment

6/20 scavenger hunt

6/27 a big build

7/11 board game (pre-purchased games that inspire conversation & shared humor)

7/18 science experiment

7/25 scavenger hunt

8/1 a big build


All programming options are being offered stand alone (pick and choose what works for you!). Click here to see the offerings for in person.

Questions Please email UTH at [email protected] or contact UTH at 1-866-857-7751