Changing The Game

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Bullying in our Schools and Workplaces

Posted by Ann Deaton Share Your Voice

Bullying is a common challenge in both our schools and our workplaces. According to a national study several years ago, almost 1/3 of youth in the United States (nearly 6 million) are estimated to be involved in bullying as either the bully, the bully’s target, or both.

School Performance and Emotional and Social Learning

Posted by Ann Deaton Share Your Voice

According to Edutopia, “Academic achievement and student behavior improve in schools with good social and emotional learning programs.”

June 2010 Update

Posted by Ann Deaton Share Your Voice

GIRL POWER!!! Check out the June issue of SKIRT Magazine- page 34, where Julia Martin shares some of her BOUNCE experience with readers!!! "Bounce is about realizing who I am and how I can impact people." Awesome job, Julia!!! Ann Deaton just finished her training to become a certified TILT360 assessor and coach. Kelly Lewis serves as Capstone Director for the Leadership and Ethics program at Georgetown University.

Meet Taylor Sealey

Posted by Kelly Lewis Share Your Voice

Taylor Sealey is our Bounce summer intern. Taylor has just completed his first year at The University of Virginia, where he plans to specialize in leadership. For a young man who is still in his teens, Taylor has an impressive history of involvement as a leader in youth philanthropy. We are delighted to have his voice, support, and wisdom in our office this summer before he heads back to UVA in the Fall.

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