The Lead4Change Student Leadership Program is a free curriculum that includes leadership lessons and a community service project. Since 2012, more than 1.5 million students have participated and over 10,000 educators across the U.S. are registered in the program. Lead4Change lessons integrate into any class or club for students in grades 6 through 12.
Students learn to create and implement service projects that drive real change, while developing their leadership and social-emotional skills. Lead4Change lessons align with 21st-century skills and satisfy most educational standards, including literacy, social-emotional learning, project-based learning and more.
Student projects can be submitted in the Lead4Change Challenge, with the chance to win a grant up to $10,000 for your school or charity. The 2020 Challenge deadlines are Feb. 7 and May 15. Visit lead4change.org to get started today.
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