A K-12 school brought Greg to campus in conjunction with a scheduled "Half Day" at school. In the morning, Greg did a 45 minute interactive presentation with the 6th-12th grade students -- focused on leadership, service & specific ways that students can make a difference in seemingly small moments. A local business ordered copies of The First Thirty for selected students in the audience. Then, Greg joined student members of the Student Council along with their faculty adviser for an extended lunch period. The group talked in depth & at great length about their goals & the challenges they face as well as specific ways they can extend their impact. Another local business ordered copies of The First Thirty for members of the Student Council & their adviser. In turn, their adviser ordered copies of the companion workbook, A Place To Sit, for those same students. Then, in the afternoon, after the students left school (due to it being a Half Day of school), Greg did a 60 minute presentation for the school's staff & faculty from K-12 -- focused on some of the additional ways, within the realistic limitations of their busy schedules as educators, that they can help extend their students' civic efforts. A local nonprofit ordered copies of The First Thirty for selected educators in the audience.
Sample of Pictures
Here are a sample of pictures from the visit - from the morning assembly with the students, the Student Council lunch, and the afternoon assembly with the faculty/staff, A nice day with some very nice people!
Sample of Feedback
Here is a copy of the letter received from one of the lead school administrators after the visit.