To register for The Landmark Forum for Teens, contact your local Landmark office.
Tuition varies based on location and currency.
Teens explore the freedom to invent new possibilities, face challenges powerfully, and be fully self-expressed in this dynamic three-day program.
The Landmark Forum for Teens is an interactive experience. A Landmark Forum leader leads teens through a series of discussions geared toward issues that are important to them. They’ll have the opportunity to create a breakthrough in their ability to:
Communicate effectively and see life from an expanded view
Experience an appreciation for their families and the people in their lives
Deal effectively with peer pressure and make their own choices
See rules and agreements as a way to have life work
Generate excellence in school and in the areas of life that are important to them
Know themselves as someone who makes a difference
Be responsible in a way that empowers themselves and others
Face powerfully the risks and challenges of life
The Landmark Forum for Teens is for 13- to 17-year-olds who participate with the permission of their parents. It is a three-day course, held during one weekend. Each day begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at approximately 6:30 p.m. Breaks are approximately every 2½ to 3 hours, and there is a meal break each day. (The course includes short meetings for parents during the same weekend.) Meet the people who lead The Landmark Forum for Teens.
To sign up, contact your local Landmark office. For a teen to register, a parent or legal guardian must have completed or be registered in The Landmark Forum and provide written permission.
Find locations and dates or tuition information.
Download an information form and return it to your local Landmark office.
Information form for USA/Canada (PDF)
Information form for UK (PDF)
Information form for Australia/New Zealand (PDF)
For More Information
If you have additional questions about this program, contact Landmark's family division.
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