Project Second Chance Monroe (PSCM) is a non-profit organization based in Monroe, Michigan and founded in 2008 by Marji McIntyre as a Self- Expression and Leadership Program project Their Mission Statement is: To help troubled youth become more compassionate, responsible, […]
Recently, Landmark Forum News had a chance to interview Self- Expression and Leadership Program Leader Amanda Brown about her unique journey from a Connecticut upbringing to the Streets of inner-city San Diego working in gang violence interruption and an organizations […]
Statistic: Nearly 50% of marriages in America end in divorce. -Time Magazine While the number of marriages that end in divorce is sobering, there are all kinds of associated statistics related to children and divorce. Children from divorced families are […]
Putting Landmark Ideas and Distinctions to Work in Distance Running When it comes to chasing dreams, Darren DeMatoff has his running shoes ready to go. A Chicago businessperson and Landmark graduate, Darren has run 20 marathons worldwide, including 13 […]
Landmark Graduate Carol Daniel Kasbari talks about facilitating conversations between ordinary Israelis and Palestinians.
If you could just be the one that goes first, and gives that olive branch and goes and makes peace, and says, “You know what? No matter what happened, what’s important here is that we get to express our love for each other.” And if you did that before the holidays even got here, then for sure the holiday season and the holiday itself would have a whole other flavor to it.
A home for teen mothers faced thousands of dollars in repair expenses. One Landmark graduate took on making a difference everywhere he could.
Lesley Apelbaum has turned a passion into a project. She first participated in Landmark’s programs when she was a kid. She did the Landmark Forum for Young People at the age of 10. Now and adult, she finds herself keenly interested […]
Landmark graduate Joe Kirin is a member of an Eastern European Tamburitza group
When AJ Richards returned from his tour of duty in Iraq in 2006 he felt a loss of purpose.
A June Huffington Post article told the story of Mathew Shurka who was made to participate in controversial gay conversion therapy as an adolescent. Mathew recently participated in the “It Gets Better Project” on YouTube. A video campaign targeted at GLBT […]
Families getting along and defusing conflicts – Landmark’s Josselyne Harman-Saccio discusses on ABC.
A Landmark graduate is using her traumatic past as an opportunity to make a difference for others.
Landmark Forum Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham gives three tips for staying cool at family gatherings.
Landmark spokesperson and Landmark Forum Leader Josselyne Herman-Saccio appeared on Huffington Post Live in a panel discussion on mistakes parents make.
Landmark Forum Leader and spokesperson David Cunningham recently wrote an article about how parents can communicate more effectively with their teens or young people. The article focuses on three main areas: listening, addressing their concerns, and talking straight. Here’s an excerpt. […]
Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham speaks in a Deseret News article about dealing with in-laws around the holidays.
Landmark Education Spokesperson David Cunningham, who leads The Landmark Forum, just appeared KOMO Seattle television to discuss how to defuse drama and conflict with family around the holidays.
Almost 500 computers will be heading to students in Ghana and India, as a result of Sheila Scanlan’s project she created in Landmark’s SELP.
Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham discusses balancing work and family life.
Three Laws of Performance the 2 time best selling book about transformational education and its impact on businesses and individuals, written by Landmark Forum leader Steve Zaffron and Dave Logan of the Marshall School of Business has been updated […]
Walk with Sally, an organization created by Nick Arquette in 2005 when participating in a Landmark Education Program, is making an ever-expanding difference with families affected by cancer.
Landmark Education’s 2011 Conference for Global Transformation was held May 20-22 outside of San Francisco.
In honor of Mothers Day, here are two recent news stories related to Landmark Education and mothers.
Memorable things told by grandparents – from Landmark Education’s Facebook page.
J. Kim Wright is a leader in cutting-edge, problem-solving family law – her book talks of what’s possible – Wright’s vision was supported by Landmark Education’s Power and Contribution Course.
Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham discusses how to have a great family reunion.
Memorial services are scheduled for Jerome Downes, Landmark Forum leader.
Three Landmark Forums were held for the first time in India in September 2009.
Sarah Culberson’s book tour for “A Princess Found”, her autobiography about discovering she was actually a princess in Sierra Leone, is coming to Pasadena on Sunday, November 15th.