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Nonprofit Case Studies & Success Stories

Nonprofit Success Stories Leadnow Africa Oscar Amisi shares how Leadnow Africa used Habitudes® to increase initiative and responsibility in students in Kenya. 'If you're looking for a better way to reach today's generation, Generation Y and Z, try out Habitudes.' - Oscar Amisi Request More Info National FFA Organization Ambra Tennery, Team Leader for Educational Development & Assessment, shares how the partnership with

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Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Curriculum - Middle & High School

As part of the Habitudes program, we've created a Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum that will resonate with high school and middle school students.

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Leader Kits

The Habitudes series by Tim Elmore is a leadership development series for teaching youth, students, and young teammates leadership habits. View lessons now!

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Habitudes®

The Habitudes series by Tim Elmore is a leadership development series for teaching youth, students, and young teammates leadership habits. View the books now!

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Government Funding

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Growing Leaders Philanthropy: Resources for Underfunded Schools

We believe that students need life and leadership skills regardless of their economic background. Learn how this program brings our curriculum to underfunded schools.

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Apply

Support Apply Newsroom Donate Apply Bring the Habitudes® system to your students and prepare them to solve problems and serve people as life-giving leaders. If you are interested in applying or have any questions, email Katie Kelly at katie@growingleaders.com. ApplyNow FrequentlyAsked Questions About The Growing Leaders Grant Who qualifies for a Growing Leaders grant? Public schools with a free and reduced lunch population greater than 35% or non-profit organizations serving economically disadvantaged youth in grades 6-12. Examples of past partners include public middle and high schools, alternative middle and high schools, youth detention centers, after-school programs, etc. What does a grant

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Newsroom

Newsroom 2018 Annual Report Donor Newsletters Featuring Habitudes Grant Recipients Why bring Habitudes to underfunded schools, organizations, and youth ministries? In our pilot program of 17,000 students, the vast majority did not recognize the need for ethics and values. Student Discipline 47% reduction in disciplinary incidents per student Self Esteem 7 out of 10 students said it will make them a better person Student Leadership More than 2 out of 3 students said it taught them what it means to be a leader Decision-Making More than 6 out of 10 students said it helped them learn how to make better

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Support

Support the Next Generation of Leaders Growing Leaders is a 501c3 organization that exists to provide Habitudes (character-based, student-leadership development) to equip young people with leadership resources, especially those who may not have access to it otherwise. The Power of Your Donation Thank you for your interest in equipping the next generation of leaders. The students you support could become the world’s next Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, and Abraham Lincoln. Habitudes students will have the skills to lead tomorrow’s businesses, industries, churches, families, schools and communities. Annual gifts from individuals, corporations and foundations – no matter what size – help fund grants

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The Case for Social & Emotional Learning eBook

College Middle / High School Athletics Nonprofit Business Church / Ministries Request More Info Complimentary eBookThe Case for Social & Emotional Learning:How New Research Can Save Your Overwhelmed Students Discover the Latest Research onSocial & Emotional Learning One problem at many campuses across the country is educators have become one-dimensional in what we measure: academic performance. As a result of this singular focus, the anxiety levels of students are increasing while they are in school trying to achieve academic success and after graduation when they leave feeling unprepared for real life. The latest research is clear now: focusing only on