FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What can I expect to gain from this workbook?
We help young people discover their "why", or their passion, their purpose, and then act on it. Beyond feeling more fulfilled though, students will walk away with tangible takeaways, a roadmap that will guide them to be more successful in the college application process as they first make an impact on their community and then can better articulate their story. Throughout the book you'll find a mix of fully written instructional and tip pages, illustrated inspirational quote pages, and do-it-yourself activity pages.
Who is this workbook for?
Our workbook is teacher and parent-approved for 7th-12th graders. We have tested our curriculum with hundreds of students across that age range over the last few years to produce the workbook we are offering now.
How big is the book?
The book is 76 pages long. The physical book is 7"x10".
What does Empower: Educate & Inspire offer?
Right now, we are giving out free copies of our electronic workbook. When we can, we also like to provide students with a physical copy of the book. If you are interested in ordering physical copies for a group of students (we don't typically donate physical copies to individual students due to printing and shipping costs for single orders), please get in touch and we'll work with you to see what we can do.
Who made this workbook?
Our workbook was created by our team at Empower: Educate & Inspire. Our team is made up of current college students who believe living a life of purpose and meaning is for everyone -- at every age. More information about our executive team at Empower can be found below!
Scott Emmons is pursuing a PhD in Computer Science at UC-Berkeley. He recently graduated as a Robertson scholar from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
Caroline Kennedy is a junior Morehead-Cain scholar at UNC-Chapel Hill studying philosophy, screenwriting, and entrepreneurship. She founded Empower: Educate & Inspire in high school -- that origin story can be found below.
Matthew Kaplan is a senior Robertson scholar at Duke University majoring in positive psychology and pursuing a career in law.