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Explore the blog for posts about STLF, leadership, education, and more; all from the perspective of STLF's National Support Office Staff and guest bloggers. Feel free to add to the discussion by posting comments. Thanks for following!
Here is one reflection from my recent trip to Iceland, written in creative nonfiction.
Kayla transitions out of her role with STLF
Akhi breaks down a few types of writing and how STLF may use them for different purposes, on the same topic.
Ever thought...wouldn't it be awesome if? How can we help make that happen?
John talks about some of the connections between STLF and politics.
STLF Alumni Lauren Galassini is using what she learned during her experiences with STLF to continue to make a difference. Click here to learn more about this awesome Alumni!
Danny's got a new adventure in store and is excited to share it with you
Learn more about who is co-learing STLF's Glory Days Adventure this summer here...
After three upsets, STLF is a Cinderella Story in the tourney! We're now in the Engage 8 and up against another very worthy organization. See how STLF made it here and how you can help us get to the Engaged 8!
STLF Alum Lucas Wax is not in Minnesota anymore... find out where he is & what he is doing to fulfill his belief that every person deserves a great education.
The madness is a little different this March with the Brackets For Good nonprofit tournament. Check out this fun competition to support Twin Cities' nonprofits, and help STLF become the champion!
Garrett discusses his first Staff Retreat, and what happens at these super-secret and mysterious gatherings of STLF staff members.
Recently I was reminded (and inspired) what a great job at creating community STLF does.
Kayla talks about her only resolution this year: to want more.
I’ve been writing Story Time with Akhi for a just over a year now. Each month I try to touch on something new. Poems have been a part of the series, but I haven’t yet had the chance to talk about poetry.
Part participants have found great value in using the mountains as a metaphor for developing leadership potential while experiencing the best of Peru.
During this adventure you will have the opportunity to trek the native sections of the Huber Inca Trail and Machu Picchu via Lima, Cuzco, and various historical and cultural sites.
STLF Alum Tanya Schmitt is making an impact her community. Click here to read more about Tanya!
John talks about his STLF journey and the significance of STLF in his life
STLF has given me many gifts throughout the years but one stands out among the rest
Shopping on Amazon or other online stores? Click a link to make part of your purchase go to STLF! It's super easy and doesn't cost you a cent.