A project created out of a Landmark program has brought a vibrant mural to one of Baltimore’s known drug corners.
Landmark Graduate Nominated for Cosmo’s Bachelor of the Year
Landmark Education graduate Don Vaughn has been nominated as Texas’ entrant for the Cosmopolitan Bachelor of the Year contest.
Just for Kicks Events Support Love Futbol and Soccer Fields for Brazilian Youth
The fundraiser event Zaynah Khanbhai held in Toronto as her project in in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program is over, but the campaign to build soccer fields for underprivileged Brazilian youth continues. The event, titled ‘Just for Kicks’, was held August […]
Lady Warrior Project, Telling Stories of Women in Combat
One woman veteran of the Iraq war created a project in the Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program to create a book sharing the diverse experiences of woman in combat.
Community Market Embraces Hiring Homeless
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.
How I empowered Myself – One Man’s Journey
DESI Magazine, a Canadian publication for teens of South African descent, recently profiled the life journey of Khush Panthaky. In it Panthaky tells of his life’s journey, which included a severe brain injury while growing up. He speaks of the […]
Run With Roshni Raises Gorkha Awareness
23 runners took part in Mumbai’s half Marathon to raise awareness of Indian’s Gorkha community and raise money for some good causes.
TEDx Talk Spotlights Make a Film Foundation
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.
Indian Street Children Trained in Capoeira
Residents of a children’s shelter in India have a chance to participate in Capoeira classes, thanks to one person’s project created in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
TEDx Pasadena – Self Defense as a Right
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?
Real Gift Foundation Aims to Feed 22,000 Homeless Arizonians at Thanksgiving
The Real Gift Foundation, an Arizona nonprofit founded by Landmark Education SELP leader Conde Rogers, is working hard to ensure Arizona students get a real Thanksgiving dinner.
Women and Politics in Kenya
Rachel Shebesh, a member of Kenya’s parliament whose political career was inspired by taking part in The Landmark Forum, talks about what it will take more women involved in Kenyan politics.
Support 1000 on CBS News
Support 1000, the organization created by Oz du Soleil in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, has been featured in news programs and stories across Chicago as it expands its role to provide bras to underprivileged women.
Lobbying for a Lunch Hour
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.
Climbing Kilimanjaro For Children’s Charity
Oliva Seery, who leads Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program in Ireland, took on climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in order to raise money for Ireland’s largest children’s charity.
Make A Film Foundation Introduces Vidz 4 Kidz
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.
Washington Resident Creates Concert and Speed Dating Fundraisers for Nepal Orphans
A Washington state native held a speed dating event and a concert to raise money for the orphanage her cousin founded in Nepal – now she is heading to that country as a volunteer.
The Chicago Code: Feltpad Teams with Nonprofits To Provide Computer Training for Underprivileged Teens in Chicago
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.
Walk With Sally’s White Night White Light Raises Approximately $200,000
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.
She Comes Undone Debuts at Fitzgeralds
A show looking at women’s life journeys debuts near Chicago on July 20th. It evolved out of one woman’s project from Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
In honor of Mothers Day, here are two recent news stories related to Landmark Education and mothers.
Bringing Attention to ‘Dooring’ Bike Accidents
A Landmark Forum graduate whose son was killed in a ‘dooring’ car-bicycle accident is working to have her state recognize and address this overlooked traffic safety issue.
Opportunities to Contribute to Tsunami Relief
Opportunities for Landmark Education News readers to make a difference for victims of the tsunami and earthquake in Japan.
Bountiful Backyard Barter Links Urban Farmers
Bountiful Backyard Barter, a project created in the Landmark Education SELP program, promotes urban farming and the trade of goods and services in one Seattle neighborhood.
Make a Film Foundation Featured on ABC
Make a Film Foundation, the non-profit created to empower sick children to make films as a project in the Landmark Education SELP program, was featured by ABC News in Los Angeles.
Kakapo Awareness Comes to Kindergarten
Scott Woolf raised awareness about the endangered Kakapo bird in Auckland Kindergarten classes as his project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Martial Arts Scholarships for Kids
CC Walters’ project in Landmark Education’s SELP course is to fund scholarships for kids to be able to attend martial arts classes.
Holiday Magic Celebrates Eighth Year
Jeff Gelder’s Holiday Magic Project (created in Landmark’s SELP course), which distributes holiday CDs to hospitalized children, is celebrating its eight year.
Team Children Competes in Pepsi Challenge
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.
‘MyTown Miracles’ Praised by Time
Time Magazine’s Detroit Blog has recognized the efforts of Les Ward in the creation of ‘MyTown Miracles’ an inspiring book about Detroit which began out of Ward’s participation in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Program.