Certified Volunteer Tennessee Expert Service-Learning Trainers!
Our 25 expert State Farm service-learning trainers can deliver quality service-learning trainings across Tennessee. This diverse group of trainers has experience in K-12 schools, community-based agencies and higher education institutions. The goal of this cohort of trainers is to build the capacity for service-learning as a strategy in Tennessee.
What types of training do they offer?
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Success Skills through Service-Learning
Lions Quest Programs:
Volunteer Tennessee and the Tennessee Lions clubs have been providing schools with Lions Quest training and research-based curriculum for more than 10 years. Lions Quest K-12 programs focus on service-learning, character development, substance and violence prevention, and social and emotional learning.
Lions Quest Workshop Goals:
Skills for Growing, grades K-5
Through six recurring, grade-specific, thematic units, Skills for Growing will help create a classroom environment that nurtures and enhances learning.
Skills for Adolescence, grades 6-8
A comprehensive life skills and prevention program for middle school youth that builds important social and emotional competencies by promoting self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, responsible decision making and service-learning.
Skills for Action, grades 9-12
(*Skills for Action meets employment standards for Course Code 9395*)
The innovative and flexible high school program moves beyond the classroom to foster civic responsibility and build essential social, emotional, academic and workplace skills. Also includes the Skills Bank, a flexible component comprised of 26 skill sets that can be integrated into any subject or used as a stand-alone program.
For information about upcoming Lions Quest trainings in Tennessee, please contact Del Ray Zimmerman at 615-253-2990 or Delray.Zimmerman@tn.gov