DOM CurriculumDangers of the mind SEL curriculum is innovative, relevant, and speaks to this generation. We pride ourselves on building a positive community of dominators!
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I believe in the mission and would like to see the impact on my life and those around me.
I am a brand ambassador because I want to make a difference.
I completed the dom class at wash met and I want to continue to be around a positive community.
I am a brand ambassador because I want to be around others that encourage me to do better. I want to see how far this company can take me into achieving my own dreams.
I’m in a program At Roosevelt stay , and it inspire me to help students like me tap into there purpose .
It was a powerful experience for my students to hear Kristen's message about each person's ability to achieve their fullest potential. We all need to reminded that ultimately we control our own success. Having a Windsor alum deliver the message made the experience exceptional.
Thank you so much for helping make our Student Leadership Conference a HUGE success. You were beyond fantastic and set the perfect tone for the conference. It was magical how you connected with our students... you really inspired them! In one hour you propelled this group years ahead in our quest to instill the notions which you expound. I think you felt the energy from this group and can see that TRIO is built upon your 'Dangers of the Mind' concepts. Selfishly, it was also great to work with you - you understood our needs and were a pleasure to work with - easygoing, professional and open.
We can all benefit from this book and we can all apply it in a larger prospective to different dialog.
The young men and women who participate in our programs are taking their first - sometimes difficult steps as working professionals. As they explore their strengths, weaknesses and passions, they'll encounter many of the Dangers of the Mind, Kristen spoke about as our Fall 2014 Career Boot Camp keynote speaker. The strategies Kristen shared about combating those headwinds beautifully complements the personal and professional development training our students receive at the Washington Center.