Our youths play a very important role in nation building. They will be the future workforce and leaders of our society and it is crucial that we educate and train them to gain skills and knowledge necessary to lead civic engagement, education reform, and community organizing activities. The 2nd Kaagapay Youth Leadership Summit (KYLS) with the theme: “Kabataan, Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran” works with the notion that young people have the capacity to become leaders in their chosen field of endeavor if given the exposure and opportunity to demonstrate their abilities through positive social interaction. The summit aims to enlighten, encourage, and empower the youth by enhancing their values orientations, sports skills, and leadership qualities. The activity centered specifically to the following objectives: to Develop God-fearing youth leaders, Create awareness on the role and responsibilities of the youth in nation building; Develop among the youth a sense of belongingness, brotherhood and cooperation; Educate the youth on the dangers of illegal drugs; Develop self-confidence, teamwork, discipline, and leadership skills; Encourage young leaders to develop their own projects and advocacy campaigns, and Promote healthy lifestyle, critical thinking, and love of country. The 2nd Kaagapay Youth Leadership Summit created a venue for Kaagapay Troops to have personal interaction with the youths who belong to the prominent families in the area of operation. Interestingly, some of the participants have issues on family feuds (Rido) with the other participants. The summit also provided a venue for the prospective leaders of the next generation to interact, gain friends, and share ideas of how to promote peace and development in their communities. The successful and meaningful conduct of the 2nd Kaagapay Youth Leadership Summit 2013 had empowered the participants to become leaders in their communities. It will motivate the local government units and other agencies to facilitate youth- oriented activities that promote peace and development in the area. The elected KYLS batch 2 officers will serve as contact persons and organizers for future goal oriented activities of the unit in the area of operation.