Denver, CO, July 24, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- On August 8, 2008, LifeBound will hold a peer leadership training seminar at Evergreen High School. This will be the school’s first Peer Leadership training program. Students in Evergreen's Freshmen Success Class will learn leadership skills. These peer leaders will then serve as role models for next year’s freshmen. In May of 2008, LifeBound facilitated a peer leadership training with Montbello High School’s Freshmen Success Class.
On June 3, 2008 LifeBound held a training session for teachers, counselors, mentors, seminar leaders, trainers and athletic coaches at their Denver office. This program teaches school administrators how to become academic coaches in the school environment. School administrators are trained by LifeBound, to help teens and young adults discover their potential and unlock their strengths and weaknesses.
LifeBound will also provide several teaching seminars for schools that are using LifeBound curriculum. Schools and dates are as follows: August 7, Wheat Ridge High School; August 11th, Cheyenne Mountain elementary schools; Evergreen High school, August 14th Montbello High School, and August 15th, Lincoln High School.
LifeBound has also written eight books for middle school and high school students on how to succeed in school, life skills, success and career.