Romy Solomon is a leadership coach and program development specialist. Prior to joining LEAP4change, Romy gained over 5 years of experience internationally, managing youth leadership development, experiential education, and human trafficking prevention programs in the Republic of Moldova, Romania, and India. Romy was born and raised in New York City. She graduated from the University … Continue reading Meet LEAP’s Head of Global Partnerships: Romy Solomon!
The college essay is often the most difficult part of preparing your application. To help you get off to a good start, LEAP has put together the following tips and hints. Click here to take a look at our do's and don'ts for a stellar essay!
It turns out that intelligence might not be the best indicator of future success. Lisa Quast, contributor/writer for Forbes Magazine, argues that grit is more important than IQ when trying to become successful. Click here for the full story.
Statistics show that leaders can best lead if they know themselves and their world. LEAP to Lead is a heart-centered leadership experience that builds self-aware, confident, young leaders that are committed to build stronger communities. Click here to view LEAP's 3 easy steps that will lead you to submitting your very best college essay or … Continue reading IT’S NOT TOO LATE!
Because of technology, applying for college has changed dramatically in the past decade. Although the essay and interview components remain the same, a personal video can make your application jump off the the page. Click here to learn about our Emmy-Award winning LEAP Coach and video specialist, Lisa Gossels.
LEAP coaches students and adults to become emotionally intelligent leaders that are engaged in the process of building a strong resume. Here at LEAP, we value accountability, empathy, resilience, vision and voice. We emphasize creating diverse partnerships because they empower our students to create deep, cross-cultural connections that will last them a lifetime. Click here … Continue reading What is LEAP4Change Coaching?
Harvard University has analyzed emotional intelligence to give us some main components. These components are self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, social skills and empathy. Click here to learn how emotional intelligence plays a critical role in everyone's daily lives and work.