SERVANT LEADERSHIP

BTNL Giving Back

Break the Norm Leadership strongly believes in servant leadership and community partnerships. Twice a month we host free leadership classes in title one schools and yearly, we do a donation drive to support kids in foster care with the non profit Embrace Oregon. We also believe in generational learning and host several of our leadership classes in senior care facilities. We use this opportunity to include the residents in activities and invite them into our learning space. With each act of service, we, as students and staff, hope to make an impact in our communities and learn through the power of giving. 

 

Service or partnership idea? Contact us

 

Scholarship Program

Scholarships are available for students needing financial assistance. Students can apply by writing a 1 page essay entitled "Why it is important to be a good leader". The essay must be written by the child applying. The essay should then be emailed to the program director:  rachel@breakthenormleadership.com

Community Partnerships

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CHECK OUT OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMS:

WeEndure is a youth cycling program for students wanting to improve their road riding abilities.

Themed Leadership Classes: Quarterly classes that teach students leadership and teamwork skills through themed activity based learning. 

No School Camps: EmpowerDI offers themed youth leadership camps during in-service, conferences, and holiday breaks.

 

EmpowerDI Teams: is a competition youth leadership program that promotes creativity, teamwork, and building self confidence through challenge based problem solving.  

Give the GIFT of camp

EmpowerDI has teamed up with DHS Foster Care and several Title One Schools (51% or more of their student body financially qualifies for free or reduced meal lunches) in our community. By clicking this link, you can purchase a in-service camp, enrichment classes, summer camp for a student that otherwise could not afford it. We thank you for your love and support of your local community.