Student Leadership Program
At the Lead4Change Student Leadership Program, we know, as an educator, you strive to meet current education standards and most important to you is your students’ growth and learning. A Leadership Curriculum with a Community Service Framework can help achieve the results. Lead4Change works well in a virtual environment and in class or club time. Based on the best-selling book, Taking People With You by Yum! Brands Co-Founder, Former Chairman and CEO David Novak, Lead4Change empowers students act, serve and make BIG things happen. Join the leadership movement today!
It all starts with Lesson 1 – Be Your Best Self. Leadership ‘lessons for life put into practice’ by changing their community or school. Register and be a part of the community of educators transforming the student education experience.
The Lead4Change curriculum provides a detailed plan for integrating leadership training and community service into your 6-12 grade classroom – or virtually through distance learning. We believe you and your students deserve the best education solutions that are proven, easy and FREE.
To learn more about Lead4Change, click the link below to see a short video. Ready to use lesson plans for Educators and Students work great in any learning environment. Lessons are aligned with current education standards including SEL, PBL, Literacy, 21st Century Skills. Integration Guides show the lesson fit for CTE, STEAM, Gifted Education and core subject areas — English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art. Enter students’ work in the Lead4Change Challenge and win grants for their school or community.
A Video overview of the Lead4Change student leadership program, what it is, and why it is the nation’s fastest-growing free leadership program, attracting more than 2 million students in schools and clubs across all 50 states since 2012.
Hear from David Novak about leadership and the Lead4Change Student Leadership Program
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