One woman has made sure that children in need have had a place to live for over 25 years.
A project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program helped create new memories for families who lost everything in the California wildfires last fall.
Writer Mindy Sullivan profiles the extraordinary life of Landmark graduate Richard Gaule.
After doing The Landmark Forum, Morris Chubb went from someone who felt too timid to make a difference to someone running a $1.5 million nonprofit delivering showers and laundry services to the homeless.
In recent years, there have been a number of hi-profile crises that have gotten a great deal of attention. The Indonesian Tsunami, Huricane Katrina and the genocide in Darfur have all gotten extensive media attention but once the attention subsides the people affected remain […]
One doctor is going beyond the medical treatment he offers his cancer patients – through ‘Live Again’, he is offering the opportunity for they and others affected by cancer to share their stories.
Pam Djigounian and her brother Jeff Gamble are Landmark Forum graduates who have made an enormous difference in educating young people and introducing them to the field of health care. This is part one of their story.
Having experienced homelessness himself, AJ Lovewins now does everything he can to empower homeless people to live great lives.
A simple block party grows into an enormous community wide event.
Sara Safari climbs the world’s tallest mountains to raise money for Empower Nepali Girls, a group providing an education for the poorest Nepali girls and keeping them out of the sex trade.
A Landmark graduate is helping people without homes with a city-wide shoe drive.
In the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, one man invented an anti-bullying program which is taking off across California.
An odyssey from Vietnam to America ends in one woman spearheading the translation of The Landmark Forum into Vietnamese.
A day for autistic children to ride horses and meet animals resulted in unexpected miracles.
A Landmark graduate is using her traumatic past as an opportunity to make a difference for others.
Jeff Gelder has spread holiday cheer to sick kids for 11 years in a row, via his international organization which gives hospitalized children Christmas CDs.
Josselyne Herman-Saccio, a Landmark Forum Leader and Landmark spokesperson, appears on CBS TV to discuss intimacy.
Ernie G is pioneer in standup comedy, being an inventor of what he calls empowerment comedy. Read his story and how he used what he saw in The Landmark Forum to set him on the road to making a difference through laughter.
A kids concert in San Diego being held this Saturday is funding a new music program at the Monarch School for homeless children.
Michael Johnson created a program wherein he and his son and his friends would give burritos and other items to the homeless in San Diego, and through taking the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, he grew the project and made it a model for other like projects around the world.
A new dance workshop for girls led by top industry professionals is taking place in Los Angeles – Amelia Lynch created the event as her project in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
The Los Angeles Times singled out Jon Murga as a Landmark graduate who is making a unique difference – hiring the homeless to work at his community market in Los Angeles.
Cheryl Hunter, actor, writer, speaker, coach, landmark education graduate – speaks at TEDx Santa Monica.
93% of plastics do not end up in a recycling bin instead they go into landfills or worse wind up floating in the ocean.
Make A Film Foundation, created by Tamika Lamison as her project in Landmark Education’s SELP, was discussed by Lamison in her recent Ted talk.
Landmark Forum graduate and author Ellen Snortland discusses how women aren’t usually conditioned to be able to defend themselves – what if the ability to defend oneself was a natural right and something everyone was trained in?
The Landmark Forum, Advanced Course and seminars are being translated into Farsi in Landmark’s Newport Beach office.
Make A Film Foundation, which empowers critically ill children to create short film legacies, now makes it easier than ever for young people to make movies. Originally a project created in Landmark Education’s SELP.
Landmark communication expert Josselyne Herman Saccio is appearing Friday on a Los Angeles television news broadcast.
Landmark Education’s 2011 Conference for Global Transformation was held May 20-22 outside of San Francisco.