Give Your Middle Level Students Purpose and Connection in any Learning Environment

Presenters: Debby Dodge, Lead4Change Grant Manager, Lift a Life Novak Family Foundation

Thursday, March 18, 2021

Free Project Based Learning & SEL Lessons
Lead4Change – this is exactly the phrase that describes what students want to do right now! They want to have a purpose, be empowered with voice and choice, and make change happen. In this hybrid season of virtual and in person learning, the Lead4Change Student Leadership Program is a perfect fit for middle level students! Register at: http://www.lead4change.org/join for instant access to lessons, alignments ( ie: PBL & SEL) and resources to begin this Free leadership/service program. If you have student teams who complete the program and a service project, (yes, even virtually) you can enter their work in the Lead4Change Challenge for the opportunity to win up to $10,000 for your school or community organization. Plus, all students who are part of a challenge team will receive Certificates of Completion and are eligible for Graduation Honor Cords. Join us for this informational AMLE webinar!

Sponsored By

Lead4Change



About the Presenters

Debby Dodge has been the Lead4Change Grant Manager for the past 10 years. She previously was USA TODAY’s Sr Director of Education Programs. Debby’s responsibilities include overseeing the Lead4Change Grant contribution, establish, build and develop strategic partnerships with education associations and school districts, facilitate teacher training and manage the Lead4Change Educator Advisory Board.

With a passion for education, Debby loves the work she does to shape the leaders of tomorrow through the Lead4Change Student Leadership Program. “We have seen first hand how Lead4Change brings about an amazing transformation in students and the communities they serve.” Lead4Change empowers students to act, to serve and to make big things happen locally or globally. Lead4Change is privately funded and free to all middle and high schools in the US.