Inclusion and Diversity. The two buzzwords go hand in hand, and are on every company’s to-do list. Certainly, both are worthy goals, but they are far more than just a layer of training and a box to be checked. It’s one thing for an organization to want diversity, but it takes a clear vision and a disciplined
How do you create a successful event? Start with an idea, enthusiasm, a fun-packed obstacle course, and then just add water… balloons.
On June 17, 13-year-old Indigo Kopp hosted a Field Day at Plainfield, Elementary School. Her goal was to raise money and awareness for the Sierra Club Foundation, an organization that takes on the
“I do a lot of talking to strangers.”
This is how Molly Blake describes what she does when she’s not on the job as a Playworks Coach and program coordinator at Gardner
Mark Adamiak, 23, from Middletown, CT ran the 2017 Boston Marathon to support our Charity Partner, Playworks New England. We sat down to get the scoop on why he loves Playworks and sweating for good.
GROWING UP AND GETTING OUT WITH SPORTS: When Mark Adamiak thinks back on what he loved about his hometown of Middletown
Three cheers for teammates, the friends who never leave really leave you.
Being ski season, I want to give a shout-out to a gift that has lasted me a lifetime—the gift of a team.
That may sound odd coming from someone who spent her formative years immersed in an individual sport, battling daily for everything
When Oren Lieber-Kotz entered his freshman year at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, everything felt unfamiliar, so the competitive swimmer decided to try a new sport as well. When he tried ultimate frisbee, he was hooked—on the fast-paced, nonstop, no-contact sport and on its positive culture as well. Immediately, Oren started making good friends. While watching a
GOING BIG TO GIVE ALZHEIMER’S THE BOOT: “It’s all about asking, and asking with confidence,” says Alex LeClair. The senior at the University of Vermont is Vice President of Philanthropy and Community Service for his fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha (Pike). He’s talking on the phone while huddled under an electric blanket in his barely heated apartment. That
My name is Mason McNulty and I’m at sophomore at Haverford College. I’m co-chair of the Positive Tracks Youth Ambassador Board, and it is such an honor to speak about Positive Tracks’ U23 Challenges Program. I am lucky enough to have piloted the **first ever** 2016 U23 Challenge and am currently planning another