A MESSAGE FROM VIP 8 - PHILADELPHIA:

A MESSAGE FROM VIP 8 - PHILADELPHIA:

We, Team FIRED UP, the 8th class of Next Level Trainings’ Vision Impact Program (VIP) in Philadelphia, were charged with creating an impactful community service project. Our decision as a team was to stand for and support affirmation and opportunities of LGBTQ youth by supporting the Attic Youth Center in Philadelphia.

ADVISORY: Next Level Trainings volunteer leadership team to present giant check for $117,000 to Huckleberry House, a teen crisis and homelessness non-profit

ADVISORY: Next Level Trainings volunteer leadership team to present giant check for $117,000 to Huckleberry House, a teen crisis and homelessness non-profit

As part of a transformational service project for a local non-profit organization, Next Level Trainings raised $117,000 for the Huckleberry House in just 39 days. In addition, the team of leaders collected 1,500 tangible goods, improved a Huckleberry House facility, and donated 3,700 hours of volunteer support. Members of the media are invited to attend a special check presentation in support of Huckleberry House and the youth of Columbus.

ADVISORY: Next Level Trainings leadership team to renovate transitional housing for homeless teens through Huckleberry House

ADVISORY: Next Level Trainings leadership team to renovate transitional housing for homeless teens through Huckleberry House

Teens all across central Ohio go to Huckleberry House, if they are in need of shelter and other resources are received and treated with unconditional kindness and respect. The 19th class of Next Level Trainings is supporting Huckleberry House with two Facility Improvement Days. Huckleberry House is a non-profit organization that provides emergency shelter services, a youth crisis hotline, and counseling services along with a transitional living program for formerly homeless youth ages 17-22 in Columbus.

RELEASE: Next Level Trainings to raise $117,000 in 39 days to support Huckleberry House, a teen crisis and homelessness non-profit.

RELEASE: Next Level Trainings to raise $117,000 in 39 days to support Huckleberry House, a teen crisis and homelessness non-profit.

The 19th leadership class of Next Level Trainings, as part of it’s transformational curriculum has created a large-scale community service project for a local non-profit organization. The 2018-2019 class has chosen to support Huckleberry House. Next Level Trainings has committed to raise $117,000 for the Huckleberry House. The campaign runs until January 24, 2019. In just 18 days the campaign has raised over $50,000. The team of leaders, dedicated to be the change we want in this world…

ADVISORY: Teens Experiencing Homelessness Create Art for Auction in support of Huckleberry House, hosted by Next Level Trainings

ADVISORY: Teens Experiencing Homelessness Create Art for Auction in support of Huckleberry House, hosted by Next Level Trainings

Members of the media are invited to attend this special Art Gala in support of Huckleberry House. This event is open to the public. This event is part of the Next Level Trainings fundraising campaign to raise $117,000, collect 1,500 tangible goods, physically improve the facility and provide 3,700 hours of volunteer hours in support of Huckleberry House. The Columbus Huckleberry House is open to Ohio teen-youth in need of shelter, food or safety.

New Year, New Possibilities

New Year, New Possibilities

2018 was a truly remarkable year filled with extraordinary accomplishments by individual Next Level Trainings students and alumni as well as by our community as a whole. Well, today’s ceiling is tomorrow’s floor, so 2019 gets to be even bigger! We strive to constantly respond to feedback from our community in order to improve the experience and increase the quality and variety of our offerings. We have big plans in store this year as we continue to evolve as an organization and push to create even more value for you.

NEXT LEVEL IN THE NEWS: PR Newswire covers VIP 18 - Columbus

NEXT LEVEL IN THE NEWS: PR Newswire covers VIP 18 - Columbus

The 18th leadership class of Next Level Trainings, comprised of 50 people, put together a spontaneous but intentional fundraising campaign to support LSS Faith Mission. The non-profit provides shelter, employment readiness, health care, case management, and veterans services to people experiencing or in danger of experiencing homelessness. Additionally, LSS Faith Mission provides three meals a day, every day of the year to anyone that is hungry. As part of its transformational curriculum, the class of leaders, committed to raise $162,000. The team raised $176,107.

NEXT LEVEL IN THE NEWS: Columbus Business First covers VIP 18 - Columbus

NEXT LEVEL IN THE NEWS: Columbus Business First covers VIP 18 - Columbus

The 18th leadership class of Next Level Trainings, comprised of 50 people, put together a spontaneous but intentional fundraising campaign to support LSS Faith Mission. The non-profit provides shelter, employment readiness, health care, case management, and veterans services to people experiencing or in danger of experiencing homelessness. Additionally, LSS Faith Mission provides three meals a day, every day of the year to anyone that is hungry. As part of its transformational curriculum, the class of leaders, committed to raise $162,000. The team raised $176,107.

RELEASE: Next Level Trainings leadership group raises $49,504 in 31 days for teen leaders in Philadelphia

RELEASE: Next Level Trainings leadership group raises $49,504 in 31 days for teen leaders in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA, PA – The 7th leadership class through the Philadelphia branch of Next Level Trainings put together a spontaneous but intentional community service project (CSP) effort to support Youth Action. As part of its transformational curriculum, the class of 16 leaders committed to raising $40,000 in their 31-day campaign but ultimately raised $49,504 in that same period.

RELEASE: Next Level Trainings leadership group raises $176,107 in 35 days for the homeless in Central Ohio

RELEASE: Next Level Trainings leadership group raises $176,107 in 35 days for the homeless in Central Ohio

COLUMBUS, OH – The 18th leadership class of Next Level Trainings, comprised of 50 people, put together a spontaneous but intentional fundraising campaign to support LSS Faith Mission. The non-profit provides shelter, employment readiness, health care, case management, and veterans services to people experiencing or in danger of experiencing homelessness. Additionally, LSS Faith Mission provides three meals a day every day of the year to anyone that is hungry. As part of its transformational curriculum, the class of leaders committed to raise $162,000. The team raised $176,107.

Want to be a celebrity? Be a celebration!

Want to be a celebrity? Be a celebration!

The holidays are a special time of year.  We slow down and make time to see family we don’t see regularly. People strive to be kind and generous. We break out the fine china, buy gifts for the ones we love, splurge on feasts, and don our best holiday sweaters to mark the occasion.  What if you lived today, and every day, as if in the spirit of celebration?

Community Service Recap: VIP 18 - Columbus

Community Service Recap: VIP 18 - Columbus

We are Keystone 18, the 18th class of the Vision and Impact Program (VIP) of Next Level Trainings in Columbus, Ohio. We are committed to creating unity, love, and authenticity for ourselves, our families, and the world. Our guiding principles are vulnerability, empowerment, courage, service, gratitude, integrity, fun, passion, spirituality, and freedom.

Community Service Recap: VIP 7 - Philadelphia

Community Service Recap: VIP 7 - Philadelphia

We, the Love4All Team of the 7th class of Next Level Trainings’ Vision Impact Program (VIP) in Philadelphia, were tasked with creating a massively impactful community service project that creates and inspires change in the world. We decided to stand for the next generation of leaders in the Philadelphia area and intend to create a massive ripple effect in the rest of the world.

ADVISORY: Giant check to be presented to local teen mentorship nonprofit, Youth Action

ADVISORY: Giant check to be presented to local teen mentorship nonprofit, Youth Action

Next Level Trainings, an emotional intelligence-based leadership training program, has declared to create a massive impact for Philadelphia’s Youth Action non-profit. They will culminate their efforts of fundraising and donations with a celebration event presenting a big check of their total monetary funds raised, tangible goods collected and acknowledgement of the upgrade and beautification to counselors hub at Olney Charter High School where some of the leadership students attend. Next Level Trainings declared they would raise $40,000 in one month and at the presentation of the big check on Thursday they are expected to achieve their goal.

RELEASE: Next Level Trainings raises over $8,000 in 5 hours for LSS Faith Mission

RELEASE: Next Level Trainings raises over $8,000 in 5 hours for LSS Faith Mission

COLUMBUS, OH – The OSU tailgate party on Saturday, November 24 hosted at Dance Tonight Columbus brought in over $8,000 in donations and ticket sales. There were over 160 people in attendance. The leadership class garnered donations of food, music and silent auction items with autographed memorabilia all in support of the effort. This event was part of Next Level Trainings overall community service project to support LSS Faith Mission.

Leadership Team Raises $145,000 for LSS Faith Mission in Five Weeks

Leadership Team Raises $145,000 for LSS Faith Mission in Five Weeks

The 18th Leadership class of Next Level Trainings will present to LSS Faith Mission a check in excess of $145,000 dollars and thousands of needed goods such as sheets, towels, underwear and personal hygiene products. LSS Faith Mission provides food, shelter, safety and healing to people in need.

ADVISORY: Next Level Trainings leadership group to renovate and beautify Olney High School

ADVISORY: Next Level Trainings leadership group to renovate and beautify Olney High School

Participants in local leadership program called Next Level Trainings are working to create a massive impact for the nonprofit Youth Action. In addition to raising $40,000 in one month, participants are collecting goods and will renovate and beautify the counseling center at Olney Charter High School where some of Youth Actions students attend. This will now provide the students  and counselors with a more positive and private counseling center environment. Students will soon be able to work through challenges and plan their future in a uplifting and conducive environment.