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Self-Expression and Leadership Program Projects on YouTube

By Julia Taylor / August 28, 2008

There are countless worthy projects created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program that have videos about them up on the Youtube video service. We will summarize a small portion of them and give links to the videos that you can watch. Causes for Change Chicago resident Zully Alvarado founded Causes for Change in order to […]

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Busting out against Breast Cancer

By Toby Dawson / August 25, 2008

Caralea Arnold designed a novel way of fighting breast cancer as her project in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, creating Bust Out! Eating Awareness Day among businesses in her Philadelphia community. So far 14 restaurants and cafes have signed on to participate in the event, which took place August 1. The eateries will sell […]

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Making a Park a Reality

By Tom / August 22, 2008

LeeAnn Mason of Hunter Village Utah wants to make the park that has been promised to the community a reality. In Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, she has been working towards this goal, which was written about by the West Valley Journal. Residents Raising Funds to Make Community Park a Reality by Kimberly Martinez […]

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Tea Parties to Save Teens

By Julia Taylor / August 20, 2008

  Various television stations and newspapers have recently covered the story the the Self-Expression and Leadership Program project of Charlene Westgate. Westgate, who tragically lost her son to suicide two years ago, created a series of events in the form of tea parties to raise awareness about teen suicide and raise money as well. Two […]

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1000 Books – 1000 Lives

By Julia Taylor / August 18, 2008

Chris Kriklas of Texas has created a project in his Self-Expression and Leadership Program to make books available to underprivileged youth and the homeless in his community. Titled ‘1000 Books – 1000 Lives’, the project will get the books to people in need through two different charities. Here are excerpts from his website and why […]

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Living Beyond Depression Seminar Creates Awareness

By Tom / August 13, 2008

Roxanne Renee was in a severe, treatment resistant major clinical depression for four years until an experimental treatment snapped her out of it. She was told that there was a 90% chance she would experience a relapse. Determined to prevent this, she took active steps to modify her behavior and reduce the chance of relapse. […]