Rising Stars Youth Leadership
Do you believe young people are prepared to become tomorrow’s leaders?
Are their scholastic results what they should be?
Would you like to see increased grade point averages?
Would you like to see them complete college on the 4-year plan instead of the 5 or 6-year plan?
Could we do a better job of preparing our young people to … climb higher, reach farther, and perform better?
Enabling youth to make positive life choices
The Rising Stars Process is designed to help today’s youth develop their personal leadership skills and begin to set goals and directions for their lives beginning at an earlier age. Leadership is essential in enabling youth to develop character, confidence, and values that promote the understanding of healthy behavior.
Rising Stars is an innovative and unique inside-out self-development process. This evidence-based approach focuses on three critical elements that promote personal leadership, healthy behaviors, and the skills employers identify as essential. These elements are developed, applied, and reinforced throughout the process and through a follow-up process to strengthen and perpetuate successful behaviors.
Some of the many positive outcomes of Rising Stars participants include:
- Increased grade point average
- Academic performance and attendance increased
- High school completion
- Post secondary attendance and completion
- Reduction in recidivism
- Seeks out options from diverse alternatives
- Able to make goal-oriented informed decisions
- Communicates effectively in diverse situations (socially confident)
- Demonstrates leadership in various situations
- Team-player and/or leader
- Provides a vision and purpose to a cause
- Uses influence to obtain planned outcomes
If you’d like to provide your youth with a competitive edge, contact us today.
My daughter graduated from the program a year and a half ago and I’m still noticing the positive effects that the program has had on her. Since she went through the Leadership Program, I’ve watched her grow and mature and become much more responsible. She has set some goals in life and even asked me about my short term and long term goals for my life!
We felt the program was a great success and goes a long way toward creating leaders out of all kids: not only the ones who are already recognized as leaders in their schools, but also for those who might be experiencing some disciplinary and educational challenges.