Frequently Asked Questions
Any 6-12th graders (with an adult advisor) in the United States are able to participate in the program. A student team can be made up of 3 or more students with an adult advisor. If you’re interested in setting up a student team, click here and someone from our team will be in touch!
The program provides an insights-driven approach to leading people and achieving a big goal — by meeting a need in their community or globally. Skills like collaboration and teamwork, problem solving, creativity and communication are all key components of the program. Many states require civic learning and student volunteer hours for graduation, and many school boards have built in “Responsibility to the Community” as part of their academic goals. Lead4Change can qualify for that program according to state and district requirements.
As a teacher or youth club adviser, you will find that Lead4Change helps shape your own leadership skills. You can also lead your student teams to submit their project and proposal, where they can win investment funds for your 501c3 project partner or school. We also offer you a free, fully prepared set of curriculum materials including: lessons, student workbooks, assessments, and alignment guides for integration into many types of classrooms. You’ll also have one on one access with an Instructional Coach to assist you in the implementation at any point. Enroll here for free access.
You can enroll for free here. From there, you’ll immediately be able to access the member dashboard and view the lessons. Our simple facilitation guides make it easy to administer the lessons to students. Download and print the student workbook or share the e-version with your students.
Yes! there are many registered 501c3 organizations doing work globally. Previous Lead4Change teams have worked with Water for Haiti, Stop Hunger Now, North America World Literacy Foundation, and many other charities.