The Gazette newspaper of Colorado Springs tells the story of artist Douglas Rouse, who had racked up $80,000 in debt. Rouse says that when he did the Landmark Forum last year, he understood what integrity and accountability were for the first time, and he came up with a plan to pay back his debts, working to create murals in Colorado Springs.
Denver resident Dan Davis had absolutely no idea what he was going to do for a project in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. Then his wife told him “You love racquetball. Do something with that.” A few months later, […]
The Boulder Dance for Life fundraising event was held on May 17 to raise money to bring the acclaimed Second Wind youth suicide prevention program to Boulder, Colorado. The event was created in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program by Adam Johnson, […]
When Eric Bengston took Landmark Education’s Self Expression and Leadership program, he used his project as an opportunity to create a large and effective Colorado team for the California-based AIDS/Lifecycle bike ride. Two years ago he participated in the event, and […]
When Corinne Hancock recently coached Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership program, her first thought was to do a small project. She was inspired about Raising Malawi, the organization founded two years ago by Michael Berg and brought to prominence by Madonna, that aids hundreds of […]
Denver Self Expression and Leadership Program participant Kristina Yarrington worked with her husband to create a community project to renovate a home with Habitat for Humanity. Kristina Yarrington, and her husband, David, sit amid construction material as work continues Monday […]