Workshops help students achieve goals


A Youth Leadership program was held at Benjamin Logan on Jan. 18. Freshman Youth Leadership students from Indian Lake, Ben Logan, Riverside and Bellefontaine participated. Marcia O’Brien, owner of Life Reps, was the presenter. Students were asked to re-think their goals and to make them detailed and achievable. A student participant said, “It can help me by dreaming bigger than I have in the past and making my goals more challenging.”

A Youth Leadership program was held at Benjamin Logan on Jan. 18. Freshman Youth Leadership students from Indian Lake, Ben Logan, Riverside and Bellefontaine participated. Marcia O’Brien, owner of Life Reps, was the presenter. Students were asked to re-think their goals and to make them detailed and achievable. A student participant said, “It can help me by dreaming bigger than I have in the past and making my goals more challenging.”


Photos courtesy of the Midwest Regional Education Service Center

Sophomore Youth Leadership students from Indian Lake, Ben Logan, Bellefontaine and Riverside attended a “Values” program Jan. 17. Belletech was the host. Belletech Associates Jenny Wright and Monica Slaven talked of what they expect of employees and in the hiring/interview process. They did team-building activities with students, who then toured the plant and attended a session with Kelly Tracey of Logan County Job and Family Services. She talked of “Value” as having more than a monetary meaning and of how people have varying definitions of “Value.” Being aware of your values will help you make good choices and ultimately have a better life, she said. Student statement: “I learned to not let others influence my values, to stand up for my own. This will help me become a stronger leader.”


Photos courtesy of the Midwest Regional Education Service Center

A Youth Leadership program was held at Benjamin Logan on Jan. 18. Freshman Youth Leadership students from Indian Lake, Ben Logan, Riverside and Bellefontaine participated. Marcia O’Brien, owner of Life Reps, was the presenter. Students were asked to re-think their goals and to make them detailed and achievable. A student participant said, “It can help me by dreaming bigger than I have in the past and making my goals more challenging.”

Sophomore Youth Leadership students from Indian Lake, Ben Logan, Bellefontaine and Riverside attended a “Values” program Jan. 17. Belletech was the host. Belletech Associates Jenny Wright and Monica Slaven talked of what they expect of employees and in the hiring/interview process. They did team-building activities with students, who then toured the plant and attended a session with Kelly Tracey of Logan County Job and Family Services. She talked of “Value” as having more than a monetary meaning and of how people have varying definitions of “Value.” Being aware of your values will help you make good choices and ultimately have a better life, she said. Student statement: “I learned to not let others influence my values, to stand up for my own. This will help me become a stronger leader.”

A Youth Leadership program was held at Benjamin Logan on Jan. 18. Freshman Youth Leadership students from Indian Lake, Ben Logan, Riverside and Bellefontaine participated. Marcia O’Brien, owner of Life Reps, was the presenter. Students were asked to re-think their goals and to make them detailed and achievable. A student participant said, “It can help me by dreaming bigger than I have in the past and making my goals more challenging.”
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/01/web1_FroshWeb.jpgA Youth Leadership program was held at Benjamin Logan on Jan. 18. Freshman Youth Leadership students from Indian Lake, Ben Logan, Riverside and Bellefontaine participated. Marcia O’Brien, owner of Life Reps, was the presenter. Students were asked to re-think their goals and to make them detailed and achievable. A student participant said, “It can help me by dreaming bigger than I have in the past and making my goals more challenging.” Photos courtesy of the Midwest Regional Education Service Center

Sophomore Youth Leadership students from Indian Lake, Ben Logan, Bellefontaine and Riverside attended a “Values” program Jan. 17. Belletech was the host. Belletech Associates Jenny Wright and Monica Slaven talked of what they expect of employees and in the hiring/interview process. They did team-building activities with students, who then toured the plant and attended a session with Kelly Tracey of Logan County Job and Family Services. She talked of “Value” as having more than a monetary meaning and of how people have varying definitions of “Value.” Being aware of your values will help you make good choices and ultimately have a better life, she said. Student statement: “I learned to not let others influence my values, to stand up for my own. This will help me become a stronger leader.”
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/01/web1_LeadershipWeb.jpgSophomore Youth Leadership students from Indian Lake, Ben Logan, Bellefontaine and Riverside attended a “Values” program Jan. 17. Belletech was the host. Belletech Associates Jenny Wright and Monica Slaven talked of what they expect of employees and in the hiring/interview process. They did team-building activities with students, who then toured the plant and attended a session with Kelly Tracey of Logan County Job and Family Services. She talked of “Value” as having more than a monetary meaning and of how people have varying definitions of “Value.” Being aware of your values will help you make good choices and ultimately have a better life, she said. Student statement: “I learned to not let others influence my values, to stand up for my own. This will help me become a stronger leader.” Photos courtesy of the Midwest Regional Education Service Center