Lead Up and North Star students got all tied up in knots to help Nebraska flood victims.
Leaders spent three days trying to crack the code on children’s literature in order to create their own picture books.
Tips to help beat the burnout that high schoolers often face, straight from our founder, Julie Allen.
In honor of national mentoring month, Taylor Sinclair reflects on how mentors change lives.
North Star students spent the day learning to Lead Up with help from Wesleyan and astronaut Clayton Anderson at our annual leadership summit.
Our leaders spent the afternoon considering all things college at our partner college, Nebraska Wesleyan.
Building ACT skills just seems more fun with sun and giant-sized games in the park, doesn’t it?
New student leaders set their sights high as they look toward the future, creating short- and long-term goals and reflecting on how Lead Up can help get them where they want to go.
Lead Up students challenge you to Lead With Kindness after the tragic incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Aspiring dentist, Beja, got a firsthand look at what it’s like to be a student following the path she wants to take.
Trinity explains why Lead Up students started the project Stand Up With Lead Up Against Violence in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
Tutoring isn’t one-sided. Lead Up math and science tutor, Hadi, talks helping students reach their potential and giving back in more ways than just helping with homework.
Is being an elementary school teacher really all apples and smiley face stickers? Anthony found out when he spent a couple hours with Ms. Cash at Beattie Elementary.
Experience Required? Lead Up’s got it thanks to our partnership with the Nebraska History Museum.
How’s consulting at a local museum sound for a solid summer resume builder? Our students are excited to get engaged with their new project at the Nebraska History Museum.
We’d love to see your face at one of our networking events. Our students never get tired of meeting new people and hearing their stories.