Landmark’s new Direct Access Course debuts tomorrow. Here are some places to share your experience of it.
Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham discusses balancing work and family life.
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.
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.
Landmark communication expert Josselyne Herman Saccio is appearing Friday on a Los Angeles television news broadcast.
Landmark Education has announced the launch of Direct Access: Creating and Living a Future You Really Want. Coming this fall, Landmark’s newest program features cutting-edge multimedia, the last innovations in neuroscience, and a brisk two-day format.
Landmark Education’s 2011 Conference for Global Transformation was held May 20-22 outside of San Francisco.
The Landmark Forum and Landmark Education were featured in the March 7 issue of TIME Magazine.
This story from ABC News shows a Landmark Education Spokesperson sharing ideas from Landmark’s Money seminar for dealing with credit card debt.
Formerly a Landmark Education Staff member, Chicago resident Anne Marie Schlekeway was diagnosed in 2009 with ALS. This is the story of how she has dealt with the disease while making a difference for others.
J. Kim Wright is a leader in cutting-edge, problem-solving family law – her book talks of what’s possible – Wright’s vision was supported by Landmark Education’s Power and Contribution Course.
Landmark Education graduate Irena Hart’s Harmony4Kidz organization is embarking on a summer music tour to benefit homeless youth.
Arnie Keiser’s Organization for International Cooperation works with policymakers to find out-of-the-box solutions to international relations issues.
Genesis at the Crossroads – an organization founded to foster peace and understanding across cultures through art and music, created by Wendy Sternberg in her Landmark Education SELP course 10 years ago – is thriving with a wide variety of innovative programs.
Otto Fong used the Landmark Forum to launch a career in animation.
A unique fashion event combined Bicycles and Vintage Clothing this past Saturday night in Sacramento.
Please visit InterAction to find a comprehensive list of organizations powerfully assisting Haiti.
The Austin Women’s clothing swap is holding its second annual event this March.
In the following interview, Wall Street Journal columnist and author Alexandra Levit talks to Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham and a successful Landmark Education graduate about career choices. Alexandra Levit: Hi everyone. My name is Alexandra Levit, and I am […]
Global Giving Circle, the unique New York based charitable organization created in part by Landmark Education graduate Shana Dressler, is holding an unusual holiday extravaganza – ChrismaHanuKwanzakah – to celebrate the season and raise money for Urban Arts Partnership, a […]
Tanya Jaw is aiding Cambodian orphans as part of her SELP program offered by Landmark Education.
Sarah Culberson’s book tour for “A Princess Found”, her autobiography about discovering she was actually a princess in Sierra Leone, is coming to Pasadena on Sunday, November 15th.
Fiona Jensen created a project in landmark education’s selp program to bring a cutting edge stress reduction program to Barnstable High School.
Josh Tickell’s new enviro-doc film Fuel is receiving critical acclaim from across the country, including a Critics Pick from the New York Times, reports Landmark Education News.
Community organizer and Lutheran pastor Susan Schoon organized a new, 69-foot mural on a bike path in Shoreview, Minnesota, out of her participation in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. The mural now covers a tunnel on the bike beth […]
This story discusses the latest achievements of Causes for Change International, a charity created by Chicago Businesswoman Zully Alvarado out of her participation in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Back in 2006, Landmark education graduate Ginna Goodenow founded Kicking for Kids Who Can’t (KFKWC), an organization dedicated to helping amputee children obtain prosthetic limbs and other medical devices and procedures.
This is a video that was one of a series run on the Candian Televsion program Positive Living. In the video Dr. Zapolski outlines an exercise that anyone can do to help them deal powerfully with their financial situation, no matter […]
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.
When Lisa Van Gelder enrolled in a class through Landmark Education, a program of leadership and self-improvement classes, she was focused on improving her self-expression skills. But soon she found that through helping herself, she could also help others.