Leadership. Experience. Opportunity. These are just a few of the rewards young people gain from participating in Leos. They also happen to be the values that create the acronym of our club name.
In total, more than 150,000 young people in 139 countries are proud to volunteer to serve their local communities and to call themselves Leos. Youth who join Alpha clubs (ages 12-18) have fun, make new friends and experience the rewards of serving others. Omega clubs (ages 18-30) help members further develop their leadership skills and prepare them for a lifetime of community involvement and contribution to society.
Leo clubs provide youth with volunteer opportunities – and are also a place to grow and have fun. Find out what Leo clubs around the world are doing now. Or learn more about the history of Leo clubs.
Interested in joining a Leo club? Use the Find a Club tool and search by country or state. Then, contact the Leo club advisor from a local Leo club for membership information. Can't find a club near you? Learn how to start a new Leo club.
To access member resources, please visit the Leo Zone section of our Member Center.
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