We help middle school students develop leadership skills, increase academic achievement, and self esteem so that they reach their full potential.
MIDDLE SCHOOL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
NEW VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE
Our LIVE Leadership Virtual Experience is a sure fire opportunity for students to improve and develop as leaders. Character development courses are led by former Ohio State and NFL players Roy Hall and Antonio Smith. We develop character and build strong leaders through training on resilience and perseverance. We create systems that help students understand and manage emotions, effectively respond to challenges, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
Check out this short clip from a recent Leadership Session on JEALOUSY led Coach Roy Hall.
Through a secure Zoom webinar format, our coaches will engage students in powerful character-building sessions that will provide them the skills necessary to achieve goals, build positive relationships, and make responsible choices. The activities and in-depth discussions will equip them with the tools to confront inequities and remove barriers to succeed academically and socially.
8-Week Leadership Course | 45-Minute Weekly Sessions
Tuesday Afternoons | 4:00pm-4:45pm EST
Starting | March 23, 2021
For Students Grades: 6th -8th
$200.00 $167.00 School/Team Rate | Contact Us – Minimum 20 Students
Registration Ends | 3/19/21
If you have questions, please CONTACT US
Includes: Weekly Instruction From Former Ohio State & NFL Players, Motivational T-Shirt, Program Playbook/Work Packet, and Waiting to Fail Book by Antonio Smith
We see CHANGE in our boys’ attitudes…and self-esteem.
Our school has partnered with the Driven Foundation for over 5 years. Roy Hall and the Driven Leadership Team have supported 100+ boys; empowering them to develop life skills that breed leaders. We see a change in our boys’ attitudes, body language, and self-esteem. Driven students stand out and are respected by their peers and their teachers.
Roy Hall has worked with our students for the last four years…
The Driven Leadership Program and Roy Hall have been working with students from Charles F. Brush High School for the last 4 years. During this time Roy has developed a program where student leaders continue to learn valuable skills in being better each day, not only for themselves, but for their families, communities, and school district.
“What topics will be covered?”
There will be many useful and informative topics covered, but here are a few that will be in the spotlight:
How to Stay Motivated Daily While Learning From Home
How to Improve Your Attitude So That You Feel Like a Winner Every Day
28 Actions That You Can Do That Don’t Take Talent to Help You Become a Better Student, Athlete, and Son
How to Work With and Become Friends with People That Don’t Look Like You
How to Grow Confidence to be a Successful Student and Leader
How to Respond Maturely When Things Don’t Go Your Way
Easy 3-Step Process to Handling Anger & Frustration in Just 1-Minute
How to Bounce Back Quickly When You Feel Like You Want to Quit
4-Creative Ways to Overcome Any Difficult Situation
The 3-Things That Will Help You Get Your Homework Done Faster
The Leadership “Bubble”
Extracurricular activities may be cancelled or postponed for the foreseeable future. Making sure that students keep their thoughts, actions, and character in check during down time will be pivotal to their growth. Our program will serve as a leadership “bubble” that will unlock students’ fullest potential and facilitate the journey to becoming an elite leader of character.
12 Years of Youth Leadership Experience
The Driven Foundation Student Leadership Program was started in 2008 and hasn’t lost momentum. More than 1,000 young students have participated over the last 12 years.
Free Download For Educators | 5-Tips on How to Make a Tough Decision
Making tough decisions can be hard for students. In this printable guide, we lay out 5 Tips on How to Make a Tough Decision. Please take our words and teach your students each one of the steps in your own words.