Introduction to LEAP4NEPAL

Leap4Nepal is the project established  with an aim to educate students in the poor community in the Sindhuli of Nepal . It is committed to provide various computer and emotional intelligence training to students of  the age 12-17 . Leap4Nepal is a chapter of Leap4Change, United States- which was established in 2009  to provide leadership … Continue reading Introduction to LEAP4NEPAL

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Health: Leadership Resilience and Commitment to Mission

The Fairfield County LEAP students determined if each characteristic was a strength, weakness, or both. The following chart lists the number of students who checked each characteristic as either a strength or weakness. The students were then instructed to circle one to two weaknesses they would like help with and the chart demonstrates that, as … Continue reading Health: Leadership Resilience and Commitment to Mission

Business Development: Impact in Uganda: Business Plan for Education, Health and Leadership Program

Want to see a glimpse of the conceptualization of a LEAP in Action? Thank you, Stephencanon of Kampala, Uganda for this overview below that inspires program, education, and impact in each of our communities!   INTRODUCTION Uganda has the fastest growing population in East Africa, but it counts the countries with the lowest GDP (Gross … Continue reading Business Development: Impact in Uganda: Business Plan for Education, Health and Leadership Program

Social Justice: Local Diverse and Global Members of LEAP Deconstruct Stereotypes

“Africa is depicted as a place of misery, suffering, and abject poverty.” “It was amazing to hear how our lives were so similar and yet, on the first day of meeting them, we had thought ourselves so different.”   LEAP’s primary goal is to deconstruct stereotypes by connecting two diverse local partners and a global … Continue reading Social Justice: Local Diverse and Global Members of LEAP Deconstruct Stereotypes

Social Justice: LEAP Students Put Best Foot Forward – from Norwalk to Uganda Student-Designed Program Aims to Narrow the Achievement Gap

“Both here in the US, and across the globe, our world needs leaders who are self aware, work with their diverse neighbors as equals, put fear aside and are resilient enough to succeed at their vision.” Darien and Norwalk CT – Over the course of the last two years, diverse LEAP students from Darien and … Continue reading Social Justice: LEAP Students Put Best Foot Forward – from Norwalk to Uganda Student-Designed Program Aims to Narrow the Achievement Gap

Education: Students Reflect on LEAP’s Cycle of Leadership

Stage 1: Take a LEAP to Lead class Cultivate the tools every leader must have   Stage 2: Build your LEAP Pick your diverse partners   Stage 3: Connect and collaborate Break down barriers Build trust with your partners   Stage 4: Commit to change Assess your communities Declare a mission for your LEAP   Stage 5: … Continue reading Education: Students Reflect on LEAP’s Cycle of Leadership