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    KIND CLUB CURRICULUM

    Many researchers believe that the bullying and social anxiety students face, often correlate with grades, test scores and an academic experience overall. The widely praised 19-week Kind Club Curriculum is designed to offer a safe place for girls to come together to create strong and healthy friendships. This curriculum can be implemented into schools, organizations, or can even be an after-school activity for a group of friends. Kind Clubs were designed to be led by a mentor, which includes but is not limited to a faculty member, college student, parent, or a local community member. The curriculum was written based on a school that is able to meet every other week, but can be adjusted to meet the schools needs and time restrictions. Kind Campaign’s hope is that by simply starting an open and honest dialogue about the numerous struggles girl’s face, they truly feel empowered to break down social barriers, lean on each other and create change in their hallways and community. Kind Club was written by the Kind Campaign co-founders, Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson and is endorsed by self-esteem expert and author, Jessica Weiner.
    Thanks to our fundraising efforts, our Kind Club Curriculum is free of charge! If you are interested in starting your own Kind Club, please email productmanager@kindcampaign.com to receive the downloadable curriculum which includes all the activities and guidelines to start and facilitate your Kind Club! example kind club weeks (click to view)

    Kind Club Curriculum Endorsement Wanting to make change is the easy part. Actually taking the steps to make that change is tough. What Lauren and Molly have created here is a direct, clear, and turn-key way for students and teachers everywhere to begin making change. Today. Right now. In their schools. In their relationships. In their families. The Kind Club is a wonderful and practical solution to the real problem of girl aggression, bullying, and girl on girl ‘crime’. It allows young adults to take this issue into their own hands and through self-reflection, redemption, and awareness, offers them a chance to literally change their life and the lives of others.

    The Kind Club beautifully weaves character development training and accountability into everyday fun, simple lesson plans that students will enjoy. For any educator, community leader or girl out there who wants to do something more than sit back and watch the depressing headlines about girl bullying – I suggest you start a Kind Club in your school today and empower the next generation to change this issue for the better.

    — Jess Weiner, author, educator, confidence expert