Business Principles course FREE teacher resources and trial access to online course solution as well as a correlation to WI state standards.
A Leadership Curriculum with a Community Service Framework can help achieve and strengthen SEL and leadership skills necessary in today's world. Whether your group meets virtually, in-person, or a blend of the two, this program is set to go!
How do you find the time and resources to integrate leadership training and community service into the curriculum? With Lead4Change it’s easy!
We understand the choices you have as you try to give your students the best educational leadership experience; which is why all of our materials are aligned to current education standards. The lessons have been used and approved by over 11,000 educators and road-tested by 1.8 Million students since 2012. The lessons in the program have been carefully aligned to the WI State Standards for CCTS. The alignment allows teachers to plan strategically to incorporate the Lead4Change lessons seamlessly into their classroom and expand to meet classroom needs.
We know you don’t want to leave your students' future up to chance. By using the FREE Lead4Change program, you are creating transformation in your students and real change in your community. Your students will remember you, and this experience, for a lifetime!
• Certificates of completion for all students
• Graduation Honor Cords for seniors
• School Certification after 2 years
• Based on leadership principles from the book, 'Taking People with You,' by David Novak
• Full teacher and student lesson plans are accessible on the website
• After completing the lessons and a project, students share their leadership story by entering the Lead4Change Challenge and become eligible for charity and school grants up to $10,000.
This free program integrates into core classes but also fits well for advisory time, CTE classes, association/clubs, and more.
Full teacher and student lesson plans are accessible on the website: Lead4Change.org. This is a free program perfect for advisory time, clubs/associations, CTE classes, and any subject area!
Make the Lead4Change Student Leadership Program the best new idea for your school this year! Leadership + Service = Measurable Change. FREE lessons and amazing outcomes. Students lead, lives are changed. Get started today with ready-to-use lessons, resources and more at Lead4Change.orgTry Lesson One now! To access the rest, register at www.lead4change.org/join. In the meantime, check out the 1-minute video What is Lead4Change?
Project Management Skills for Life® is a guide that provides an introduction to the basics of project management as well as tools and techniques to help develop skills to become a great project manager leading successful projects. A basic understanding of project management concepts will help your team effectively create a plan, organize activities and train individuals to complete simple to very complex projects.
Presented in a course format, the Project Management Skills for Life® program teaches you to identify the project, project manager, team members and stakeholders. The program shows the project manager and team how to create a plan to identify the tasks needed to accomplish the scope of work, manage time efficiently and communicate with other team members and stakeholders effectively.
The Project Management Toolkit for Youth and accompanying curriculum is targeted toward secondary school students and was selected to teach key fundamental project management areas and 21st century skills with emphasis on organizing, planning and scheduling work and provides the information needed to organize and structure the work on a project.
Students will learn how projects are initiated from the onset and how to plan a project in detail. Students will develop a project scope statement and schedule of activities for their project. This knowledge will assist students to deal with real life projects and manage project execution. The key to a successful program is a strong working relationship between the school district, local PMI chapter or organization, the instructor and planning.