Project Wayfinder: Two-Day Workshop for Educators


The biggest problem growing up today is not actually stress; it’s meaninglessness.

— Dr. Bill Damon - Director, Stanford Center on Adolescence

Students who have purpose in their lives are happier, healthier, more engaged, and less stressed out than their peers without a sense of purpose. The Wayfinder Toolkit contributes toward reimagining an adolescent education that supports students to build lives of purpose.

Within the Wayfinder Toolkit are tools for the next generation to develop skills and wisdom to meaningfully contribute to the world. Drawing upon purpose development research, brain science, interviews with "purpose exemplars," and practices from native wayfinding traditions, this yearlong, meaning-making journey unleashes purpose in students and enriches the lives of educators.

project wayfinder: two-day workshop for educators

November 19-20, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
$500 per registrant
Good Shepherd Episcopal School Campus

Register by: November 7th

This year, Project Wayfinder is being taught by 200 teachers to more than 4000 students at 56 schools and colleges. Wayfinder Project partners are located in 17 states across the US and in Australia, Canada, China, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, Spain, and the United Kingdom.