A skill-building workshop designed to counteract negative self talk, cultivate a positive mindset and reduce teen anxiety.

A skill-building workshop designed to counteract negative self talk, cultivate a positive mindset and reduce teen anxiety.

Who is ROADTRIP for?

Tailored for 21st-century learning, ROADTRIP is crafted for classrooms, camps, and youth organizations catering to students in fifth through twelfth grade.

Group learning

ROADTRIP includes ten 50-minute workshops, complete with teacher materials featuring brief training videos for each lesson. Each group session includes an icebreaker, main activity, discussion points, and a take-home challenge.

ROADTRIP PROGRAM COSTS

ROADTRIP Program Fee operates on a sliding scale, varying depending on the size of the organization. Email Jen for pricing.

Student Kit $55 per student

Sponsorship Opportunities

Ask how we can assist in securing corporate sponsors to help with program costs!

Measuring Student Progress

Our pre and post student surveys measures progress, highlighting positive transformations and providing data to share with your school or sponsors on the effectiveness of the program.

Best Practices for a Successful Program

Minimum Participation: Recommended student group size should be a minimum of 8-10.

Application Letter: To increase commitment throughout the program, each student is asked to write an application letter expressing their interest in participation.

Central Communication Platform: Google Classroom or a similar online platform, is suggested to maintain effective communication between program facilitators and students.

Participation and Assignments: Students are expected to attend each session and complete assigned tasks, projects, and challenges as part of the program.

Snacks: Providing snacks during sessions will help ensure students’ comfort and focus.

ROADTRIP STUDENT KITS INCLUDE


ROADTRIP helps youth who are struggling with the complexities of adolescence. 

It’s lessons are like a beacon of light in a sometimes turbulent sea of emotions. I can’t recommend it enough!

 

 — Stacey Curnow, Family Counselor

questions?

Contact: Jen Landis

Program Director

jen@skipthebadsongs.com

402-730-6746