Illinois Human Performance Project Conference
June 18-20, 2019
at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL
Join us for a three day, two night conference experience featuring John Underwood, Applied Performance Sciences, Joseph Bush, and many empowering keynote speakers and workshop presenters. Students and staff will participate in interactive workshops and activities designed to develop leadership skills, personal growth, and chapter evolvement. Get ready to meet new people, be vulnerable, and experience a life-changing opportunity!
Registration is now closed.
We look forward to seeing our attendees soon!
School Fee: $2,000 includes meals, lodging, and conference seats for eight students and two staff.
Important Dates & Deadlines
January 7: Conference Registration Opens
March 6: Conference Registration Closes
April 8: Final Payment Due
April 26: Submit Participant Information
Creating a Movement
Last Year's Student Attendees Rave!
“The conference was very interactive, with great speakers, and big influences!”
“I learned so much and feel inspired!”
“I really enjoyed myself and learned a lot!”
Creating a Movement - Conference 2018
IL Hpp's First Annual Leadership Conference
The 2018 conference theme, Creating a Movement, emphasized the importance of taking what you know and what you’ve learned and being able to pass the information on to others. Our three-day 2018 June Regional Conference had eleven schools participate. Some of the key highlights of the conference include Joe Bush, a motivational speaker, who lead us in an inspiring keynote. A large scale campus scavenger hunt ending with a crossword puzzle highlighting key words about the program took place Wednesday. Brandon Bair, a former NFL athlete, through storytelling presented on positive leadership, work ethic, and commitment.
John Underwood spoke throughout the conference on sleep, nutrition, mood and mindset, and chemical health. Several breakout sessions were planned and lead by guest speakers and HPP staff surrounding topics of communication, community, resiliency, leadership, and creed development. Veteran Navy SEAL, Jason, lead the conference in an interactive and rewarding team building activity as well as a closing activity to wrap up the life-changing experience. Students also had the opportunity throughout the conference to meet new peers during meals and at our social event. We are so thankful to all those attended and look forward to further interactions and trainings! To view photos from the conference, visit our Facebook Page, IL Human Performance Project!