Project Description

Lead4Change Student Leadership Program

Empowered to Lead. Inspired to Serve. Lead4Change is a FREE leadership program reaching middle and high school students with a proven process to become passionate, service-minded leaders for life. Lead4Change provides teachers and chapter advisers with lessons aligned to National Standards such as Social Emotional Learning, 21st Century Skills, Project Based Learning, CTE and more.

Would you like to take a “Taste of” Lead4Change?

Try an activity or two with your students this week.

Registration Information

Register and have instant access to ready-to-use Lessons, Resources, Videos and much more! The lessons work in any learning environment – in-person, virtual or hybrid.  Take students on a leadership journey to learn and practice skills through a successful service project. (your March of Dimes project qualifies).

Student teams can enter the Lead4Change Leadership Challenge for a chance to win up to $10,000 for their non-profit organization or school. The deadline to submit your projects for the challenge are February 12 and May 14, 2021. Visit www.lead4change.org/register  to register today.

Register for Lead4Change.

Email:

debby@liftalifefoundation.org

Additional Resources

Want to see real examples of FBLA members in action with Lead4Change?

Here is a flyer you can share in your classroom.

Check out the webinar we hosted for 2019-2020 FBLA-PBL Lead4Change winners. This webinar will give you more information about the program and the benefits to using this curriculum in your classrooms.

A sample of winning FBLA student teams:

Congratulations to GRAND PRIZE WINNER of the Lead4Change Challenge – Blazin’ Bulldogs, Georgetown High School Georgetown County School District

The FBLA students worked to address the issues of neglected mothers and babies due to teen pregnancies and homelessness in their community. By creating awareness and connection to resources, and gathering donated supplies, the team was able to bring attention and provide assistance to an often overlooked but critical situation in their area.

“So proud of my #AGE members from Pennsylvania FBLA and Avon Grove High School” – AGHS Computer Science Teacher


And a few of the amazing chapter advisers!
Lead4Change Student Leadership Program awarded a $500 charitable grant based on the outstanding works of Avon Grove High School, “#AGE” FBLA and Business Education team, West Grove, PA!

Educator of the Week: Laura Ramos at Fife High School in WA.

The lessons provided in Lead4Change are truly life changing in the impact that they have had so far in my students’ lives. They are stronger and more confident as leaders and members of the team.” – Laura Ramos

Thank you Laura for your hard work and commitment to Lead4Change. We appreciate you!

Educator of the Week: Denise Hopely at Pleasant Valley High School (Pennsylvania)

“Lead4Change has impacted me as an FBLA Adviser verifying the tenacity of our Pleasant Valley FBLA underclassmen. Using this awesome platform enhanced the skill sets of our members. These stellar members at Pleasant Valley learned adaptability, resilience, flexibility, and teamwork skills through these unprecedented times. They never gave up. They just forged ahead.” – Denise Hopely

Thank you Denise for your hard work and commitment to Lead4Change. We appreciate you!