Landmark Graduate Andy Carman, a Santa Cruz resident, is making a difference in the community by connecting local residents with volunteer opportunities that focus on protecting and preserving the planet. Carman, who is passionate about environmental conservation, recognized a need […]
One Landmark graduate is pioneering a project to deliver inspiring messages to strangers.
One woman used her own family challenges as inspiration to bring counseling to local schools.
Two minutes of brushing is happens every day in Brayton Elementary School.
Vasundhara Talware created a foundation to empower schools so as to dramatically improve the education of underprivileged students.
Adam Hammes is doing more than standing for sustainability – he is empowering others to make a difference in the face of stress and resignation.
A peace building, international summer program is featured on Chicago’s WBEZ’s Worldview.
Inspired by the difference his sister Pam Djigounian makes as a teacher, Jeff Gamble grew an internship program at the hospital he worked at that has both saved the hospital lots of money and improved its service, and made an extraordinary difference in preparing underprivileged young people for the future.
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.
A group of Landmark graduates has created a school in Nepal that has served as a key shelter after the recent earthquakes.
Landmark graduates have created a unique story form, visual tales which help both children who can hear and those who can’t to expand their language.
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.
Keiron Vital’s project in Landmark Education’s SELP course is a campaign to lengthen the lunch period to one hour in schools in the United Kingdom.
A participant in Landmark Education’s TMLP is having his web company team with local non-profits to bring computer training to needy teens in Chicago.
Long time Landmark graduate Roy Toperek, whose Team Children project has led to many thousands of refurbished computers getting into the hands of low income families, is in the Pepsi Challenge contest for $50,000 in funding.
Carolyn Elaine’s project in the Landmark SELP program led to the creation of a peace mural in Fenger High School which was recently recognized by National Public Radio.
Otto Fong used the Landmark Forum to launch a career in animation.
This Landmark SELP project involved books for Barbados students.
Tanya Jaw is aiding Cambodian orphans as part of her SELP program offered by Landmark Education.
Fiona Jensen created a project in landmark education’s selp program to bring a cutting edge stress reduction program to Barnstable High School.
Nick Johnson and his Pelican Post project, which delivers books to schools in African and which was founded in the Landmark SELP, has been nominated for a “digital heroes” award.
The Goromonzi project, an organization created by Janet Shaw in 2005 out of taking Landmark Education’s SELP program, helps educates thousands of Zimbabwe orphans.
Landmark Education News has received a report from architect Chris Turley, whose participation in Landmark Education’s programs inspired him to become deeply involved in a project to build a university in the Angolan city of Kuito. This report, which thanks people from Landmark Education who supported and inspired him, discusses his two week trip to Angola, from which he recently returned.
Sally Cancello’s ‘Inspire a Child’project has allowed many celebrity athletes and artists to visit primary schools in England, inspiring students with their accomplishments. The project, which Cancello created while attending Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, received the attention of […]
Sean McKeon, who brought acrosse to inner city Los Angeles high schools as part of his LAX in LA project that he formulated in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, has teamed with Kate Marks (also with LAX in LA) to bring […]
In March, one person’s experience of the Landmark Forum was featured on Positive Living, a Canadian television program. The show also featured interviews with Landmark Education executive and Landmark Forum leader Nancy Zapolski about a variety of different topics (earlier, […]
The project created by Okashi Robles when she took her Landmark SELP program brought a variety of sports to West Seattle middle schoolers through a unique after school program. The Seattle Times wrote a story about Robles’ project. Middle-School students […]
The Kposowa Foundation, co-founded by Landmark Education graduate Sarah Culberson out of her commitment to people of the town of Bumpe and the country of Sierra Leone has launched its own blog, giving updates on the progress of the work […]
we can have all the dinners, we can have all the decorations, but really what’s at the heart of a great holiday, no matter how great the food was, how beautiful the decorations were, what makes or breaks a holiday is the relationships we have with people and whether we enjoy the people or not.
Sunherald.com, a news website for the Biloxi-Gulfport and Southern Mississipi area, recently took note of a book published by Earnest Hooks Jr., “Let’s Go See Mother Wilkerson’s Farm: Adventures in Learning Excellence,” that features the art of Lizzie Wilkerson and […]