Bruze Muzik’s TED talk discusses living as the only white person in one of South Africa’s poorest neighborhoods, a move inspired by his participation in The Landmark Forum.
Dave Benjamin created Third Coast Ocean Force (as a project in Landmark Education’s SELP) to educate Great Lakes Swimmers about rip currents and prevent drownings.
R U OK?DAY was created as a national day of action to have Australians prevent suicide by having conversations to connect with people.
Pamela Moore, a leukemia survivor whose life was saved by a bone marrow donation, is encouraging people to become donors through the National Marrow Registry as her project in Landmark Education’s Self-expression and leadership program.
Alan Semsar leads Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program in Los Angeles, and his latest community project in that program was the Beverly Hills Wine Festival, which took place on February 27 at the Hyatt Regency hotel. The event, which […]
One by One, a non-profit which came about when Heidi Breeze-Harris created a project in Landmark Education’s SELP, makes a global difference in altering the lives of women affected by obstetric fistula, a devastating childbirth injury.
For Landmark Education SELP leader Robin Carlson died earlier this month of cancer at the age of 46.
Make a Film Foundation, the non-profit created to empower sick children to make films as a project in the Landmark Education SELP program, was featured by ABC News in Los Angeles.
Anne Marie Schlekeway, a former Landmark Education staff member who has inspired those who knew her for her ability to make a difference while dealing with a terminal disease, has died of ALS at the age of 44.
I Love My City is taking on helmet use for two wheelers in Faridibad – the organization was created as PP Singh’s project in the Landmark Education SELP program.
The acclaimed ADD and Loving it?! documentary film was created by two graduates of the Landmark Forum.
CC Walters’ project in Landmark Education’s SELP course is to fund scholarships for kids to be able to attend martial arts classes.
Jeff Gelder’s Holiday Magic Project (created in Landmark’s SELP course), which distributes holiday CDs to hospitalized children, is celebrating its eight year.
Cameron Siemer’s Foundation for Hope, conceived when he took the Landmark Forum, has given $5,000 grants to over 20 adults who survived childhood illnesses.
Formerly a Landmark Education Staff member, Chicago resident Anne Marie Schlekeway was diagnosed in 2009 with ALS. This is the story of how she has dealt with the disease while making a difference for others.
In Landmark Education’s SELP, Karen Vlahos created a project that is both a weight loss contest with a $10,000 reward, as well as a vehicle to raise money for Breast Cancer research.
Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham is interviewed on Syracuse radio about health and well-being.
A fitness and nutrition program for 20 contestants similar to ‘The Biggest Loser’ television program was the project created by Kylie Flevell in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Born Schizophrenic, a documentary about a rare case of childhood schizophrenia produced by Landmark Education graduate Steve Truitt, is showing on the Discovery Channel tonight at 9pm ET.
Ruth Pillet put together a team of senior tap dancers as part of a project started in a Landmark Education course.
Jason Gonzalez put together a fundraiser for free patient care at Sloan-Kettering at Eastside Billiards as his project in Landmark Education’s SELP program.
The editors of Landmark Education News request people give to the American Red Cross to support its relief effort in Haiti.
Landmark SELP project honors Zimbabwe nurses.
Warriors for Peace held its second annual yogathon fundraising event (originally created in the Landmark SELP program).
Landmark Education News has received word that “Tying up Loose Ends”, the play focusing on end of life issues written and performed by Ann and Catherine Gallogly, will be appearing at the Chicago Center for the Performing Arts on December […]
Longtime Landmark Education graduate Sheila Rosko was recently featured on CBS in New York for her work in the creation of a unique calendar designed to raise awareness about prostate cancer. Sheila’s husband, Gabe Rosko, is a prostate cancer survivor. Rosko […]
This story discusses the latest achievements of Causes for Change International, a charity created by Chicago Businesswoman Zully Alvarado out of her participation in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Back in 2006, Landmark education graduate Ginna Goodenow founded Kicking for Kids Who Can’t (KFKWC), an organization dedicated to helping amputee children obtain prosthetic limbs and other medical devices and procedures.
On July 16th, Houston area newspaper The Leader ran a story about Robin Craig’s project to help her fellow widows. The project, which she came up with in Landmark Education’s self expression and leadership program, recognizes and acknowledges widows and encourages others to do the same.
Joanne Horibe leads Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. As a project she undertook inside of that course, Horibe teamed up with Ashley Bulley and Kerri Stanford to lobby the Ontario government to include in vitro fertilization as part of its OHIP coverage.