NEW YORK, Feb. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- IBREA Foundation is offering its 9-day "World Peace Leadership" program to give kids and teens an active, healthy, and inspiring experience this summer in New York. The program, which will take place August 2nd through August 10th, offers young people fun and unique activities to increase their brain and body awareness, while helping them understand the United Nations development goals and how their daily choices related to their holistic wellbeing and growth, are important for all of us to create a better world.
The program provides them with an opportunity to explore New York, meet friends from around the world, discover new talents and create changes in themselves that will last a lifetime.
A majority of US parents say that today's overwhelming technology and information, coupled with cyber bullying, and the overall stress and emotional pressure to succeed academically and in life, make the majority of teens more vulnerable to depression, anxiety, lack of motivation, or difficulty to focus. With more free time in the summer, it is the perfect timing to make sure children release stress and acquire tools to help them manage their life in healthy and empowering ways, while also contributing to their community and the world at large. Through the program, they go through a process of becoming leaders from within, young adults who can manage themselves and their life successfully, and discover a purpose in serving others as well.
IBREA Foundation encourages parents to give their teens the opportunity of a lifetime to explore everything that its World Peace Leadership program has to offer.
"Attending IBREA's World Peace Leadership program is transformational. People from all over the world come together to establish health and peace within themselves and enhance their passion to transform the world into a better place. This is something very needed. The IBREA training is very impactful and has a great potential to effect change in young people and the world," says Chellie Broseamle, Superintendent of Jonesville Community Schools in Michigan.
There are three main reasons why young people should attend the program: 1) To be able to take a deep breath, release stress, and center themselves 2) To be motivated and inspired about their life and future 3) To sharpen their purpose and their ability to focus on their goals with determination.
SOURCE IBREA Foundation