Educator Input to Challenge

Did you know that you can start working on your part of the Lead4Change Challenge entry at any time?

The Educator Input section of the form is where you will share observations and information specific to the students’ work. It is short, and ready for you to start at any time.

You do not have to wait until the students have finished their Student Input form.
It makes such a difference to hear how the lessons are changing your students -- and you. 

We also want to capture key information such as the public organization(s) chosen to receive a winning grant, last day of school and # of students on the team.  

For each Lead4Change team you’ve created, this is a good time to jot some thoughts and be sure to always "save progress" before you exit the form. 

Thank you for taking time to share the story of the journey.



Are you a California Educator? You are one of more than 500 educators across the state engaged in Lead4Change!! 

We see engagement and activity in the CTE space -- both in the classroom and in CTSOs. We are also excited to see how a variety of middle and high school educators are using Lead4Change throughout Advisory time and core subject classes.  

We are fortunate to have Larry Ambriz on our Educator Advisory Board. Larry regularly leads workshops on Lead4Change. 

If your school, district or association needs input on getting started,
contact us and we will work with you!

Holiday Break

Refresh, Relax, Recharge, Reflect. And know that WE APPRECIATE YOU!

As we close the 2019 year, and the decade, we find ourselves inspired by the change you are making in the world.  

Our perfect vision for 2020 is that each student in your middle or high school would know how to be their best self! That they would have the insight, support and practice to use and strengthen their social emotional skills as they develop into leaders.  

At Lead4Change we don’t think your students are the ‘leaders of tomorrow’. We know they can be Leaders of Today!  

But first, take this very special break from school. Connect with us on social media for some fun interaction.  We can’t wait for the New Year -- New Decade -- New stories from your students.  

Merry Christmas. Happy Hanukkah. Happy Kwanzaa. Enjoy the holiday break!
Need to know...
  • Have you seen our newly released Research Study? We are excited to have evidence-based data supporting the learning outcomes of Lead4Change. See complete details here.

  • Meet Lead4Change team members at an upcoming conference:
    • Jan 10-12 FBLA State Advisors Summit Reston, VA
    • Jan 14-17 FETC Miami

  • Do you need information from a previous newsletter? Would you like to share the newsletter with another educator? Find all previous newsletters here.

  • Ambassador Leaders is dedicated to inspiring the next generation of global leaders and hosts educational summits for motivated middle- and high-school students from as many as 140 countries.

    Held on the Harvard, Yale and UCLA campuses, Leadership in Action Summits are designed for students to develop teamwork and leadership skills using Lead4Change’s community service framework as a basis.

    We welcome educators in the Lead4Change network to learn more about the Ambassador Leadership Summits and to nominate their schools’ young leaders to attend. Nominations allow educators both to recognize their exceptional students and give them the opportunity to extend their leadership learning at a top-tier university.

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