Wisconsin Lions Foundation supports teacher training workshops throughout Wisconsin that utilize the extremely popular and timely Lions Quest Programs “Skills for Adolescence,” “Skills for Growing,” and “Skills for Action.” These Lions Quest Programs are comprehensive skills development programs for young people in grades K-12.
The Programs are designed to develop skills in improving peer and family relationships. They are positive prevention programs, intended to equip young people with the ability to say “NO” to negative peer pressure and drug and alcohol abuse; for more information click here.
Counselor in Training
The purpose is to develop leadership skills in youth that have a strong interest in working with individuals with disabilities. This will allow us to develop future Camp staff. The individuals will be youth ages 16-17 and they pay us to work here. It is two, two-week sessions. This summer program began in 2011. For more information click here.