Last week, we launched our first ever in-school Leadership Academy model at Meadowcreek High School in Norcross, GA. We kicked off the Academy launch by inviting new students and parents to an inspiring orientation night at the school. These 9th through 12th grade students entered the program through two Powered by Service trainings at the end […]

200 youth from Meadowcreek High School in Norcross, GA are now certified in Powered by Service leadership training. A total of 100 students, 25 from each grade level, will matriculate into the Usher’s New Look Leadership Academy. In addition to being invited to join UNL Atlanta’s bi-monthly “Academy” meetings held on Saturdays at Emory University, […]

On Friday, Usher’s New Look partner Deloitte celebrated their annual Impact Day. Thanks to New Look Board Member and Principal at Deloitte, Julie Miller, thirty Usher’s New Look Atlanta high school Leadership Academy youth and college Moguls in Training received a powerful service-innovation themed Shark Tank Day led by Deloitte employees. Deloitte Human Capital Consultant, Sameer […]

Last week, Usher’s New Look helped produce a career fair for students at Meadowcreek High School in Norcross, GA. New Look’s partners GE, FedEx,The National Society of High School Scholars, SMS-Advisors, Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices, Arby’s and Traveler’s Insurance presented careers within their companies and educational pathways. Usher’s New Look had a booth where Jordyn Smith, Digital Communications […]

Last week, Usher’s New Look Chief Operating Officer, Gavin McGuire, Higher Altitude Foundation CEO, Cedric J. Rogers, and UNL alumni, Chase Browning, facilitated a leadership workshop for 150 middle and high school students at the Hope Conference at Meadowcreek High School, located north of Atlanta in Norcross, Georgia! Here’s what New Look Alum, Chase, had […]

From The Gwinnett Daily Post By Katie Morris 12/16/14 “Thanks to modern technology such as social media, bullying no longer means just being hassled in the school hallways or embarassed in the lunchroom. It can also mean being mocked on Instagram or criticized on Twitter, which raises the question: How can students stand up to cyberbullying? That […]