Learning for Life provides programs that are designed to support schools and other youth-serving organizations in their efforts toward preparing youth to successfully handle the complexities of today’s society and to enhance their self-confidence, motivation and self-worth. Learning for Life also helps youth develop social and life skills, assists in character development and helps them formulate positive personal values.
It is the mission of the Learning for Life to enable young people to become responsible individuals by teaching positive character traits, career development, leadership, and life skills so they can make ethical choices and achieve their life potential.
Learning for Life’s kindergarten through sixth-grade curriculum consists of 60 lesson plans designed to reinforce social, ethical and academic skills.
Middle School Program
The middle school program begins Learning for Life’s school to career emphasis. Providing community role models to motivate and interact with youth to succeed.
High School Program
Real World Skills
The senior high school program continues Learning for Life’s school to career emphasis with workshops that teach the practical skills necessary for youth to acquire a job and stay employed.
Special Needs Program
The special needs curriculum teaches youth with disabilities the life skills they need to achieve self-sufficiency.
Learning for Life brings school-based learning and work-based learning together in a worksite education program called Exploring. Designed for young men and women ages 14-20, Exploring allows young people to get hands-on experience in a career field of their choice working with professionals in that field, thus gaining experiences to help them grow.
For more information about Learning for Life please contact us below or visit the LFL website at www.lfl.org
Learning for Life
4650 Cardinal Dr.
Beaumont, TX 77705-2797