Two minutes of brushing is happens every day in Brayton Elementary School.
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.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
When Leila Salmons of Houston created the "Supplies for Star Students" project in her Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, her intention wasn't to collect school supplies for students with good grades. Rather, she and a team of professionals are making […]
Joanna Burgraf has created a project out of Landmark’s Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program that is raising substantial sums of money towards saving the music program at the Armor Elementary School in the south side of Chicago. Named S.O.S., or […]
Last fall and this spring, businesses and empty retail storefronts in the East Bay area of California have displayed different forms of art. What all of it has in common is that it was all created by kids, thanks to […]
A new Kindergarten school has been built in the Mongolian capital of Ulaambaatar, thanks to the work of Landmark Education graduate Lois Libby Juster. The school, which is due to open in September, is the second kindergarten to be built in […]
When Landmark Education graduate Cinda Gaskin grew up in Harlen, there wasn’t a lot of dreaming. “If you were lucky you got a job and got a roof over your head,” she says. When Cinda started Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership program […]
Landmark graduate Paul Boutin went to Kenya for a 10-day safari. He didn’t make it through the first day. On that first morning, he noticed an unfinished building and asked about it. He was told that it was a nursery […]
The origins of Where Peace Lives, an incredible new organization for peace in the world, lie in friendship. New Jersey natives Jeff Rudy and Jeff and Donna Clapp completed Landmark Education's curriculum for living and then assisted as Introduction Leaders together over […]
When Vinay Nagaraju’s participated in the Self-Expression and Leadership program in 2001 he created project called ‘Spandana’. It is an NGO that works with under privileged children in Bangalore. Since it began in 2001, Spandana has gotten major global corporations […]
Bradley Mart created a photography project for children called ‘Through a Child’s Eyes” while he was in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Program. The resulting exhibit was held at a Bay Area library. Here is a mention about the […]
When Nick Nardo was participating in the Landmark Education Self Expression and Leadership Program in New Jersey he wanted to connect with and contribute to his community. His project created a mural at the Second Street Youth Center in Plainfield […]
Can you shower in 1 minute? This was the challenge that Chadstone resident, Vikki Mount set herself, when she received her water usage bill in January and was not happy with the amount of water she was using in […]
Laura Newcomb cares deeply about the troops serving in Iraq and wanted her Self Expression and Leadership Project to contribute to them. Woman sends encouraging words to troops By ED MOORHOUSE Burlington Country Times SHAMONG — Laura Newcomb said […]
Uplifiting Images Of Tenderloin CommunityStudents Help Change Perception Of Tough Neighborhood See the Video From ABC7 KGO-TV/DT San Francisco By Carolyn Tyler Mar. 28 – KGO – We want to take you to a school in a tough San Francisco […]
Reprinted from RecordBreeze.com Glo. Twp. students give books ‘from the heart’ Books recently took on a different meaning for students at Loring-Flemming Elementary School in Gloucester Township. The school launched its first “Books from the Heart” this year. The project […]
Brooklyn, New York— Brooklyn-based fashion designer Aja Calvitti announced today her collaboration with the 1City Youth Project , an innovative not-for-profit youth service agency dedicated to providing free programs, activities and services to inner-city youth. The agency, now celebrating its […]