I love the methods used in this program

With the introduction of this program, I’ve learned numerous skills in communicating, expressing, understanding and building relationships with friends, future co-workers, family, and loved ones. Personally, I love the methods Ms.Brown uses to incorporate a lesson of showing empathy, compassion and active listening skills. Such as the name game in which we state our name and something we like beginning with the first letter of our name. In a group of people, we would allow everyone to speak and the person after the first to speak would have to remember the previous person’s name and their example. Another game would be the High’s and Low’s where we ask anyone how their week was stating a positive and negative thing that happened. Both games practice active listening skills to communicate and understand one another as well as building a bond. The skills taught by Ms.Brown are crucial and useful for anyone and everyone and I advise this be taught in schools especially at a unprecedented time as we’re in now.

Whether you are a school administrator, teacher, parent, mentor or corporation, we can design a program to suit your needs. Let’s make the connection!

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Mentors leave lasting impressions on students’ lives!!

Jill, I agree that mentors leave lasting impressions on students’ lives!! Your company does great work!

Positive

I appreciate Sam's perspective and positive feedback that he shares with our group.

I have learned so much!

Meeting in small groups a couple days a week has helped me learn new skills, qualities, etc. The main goal is to prepare not only me, but all students for the future.

An absolute joy!

It was so inspiring to watch you all doing what you are passionate about. Thank you for a wonderful experience.

I would 100% recommend it

Being in Gen Text small groups in high-school has many beneficial aspects. I would 100%, recommend it to other students considering the various benefits in people skills.

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