Education for Successful Parenting instructed me in my freshman health class, that impacted the decisions I make for the rest of my life. That summer I began volunteering for ESP and teaching what I learned to the community. Now as a senior in high school, I am interning at ESP.
I am so thankful that Randi brings ESP to my son's high school! I think it fills a void that few have even acknowledged. Somehow we expect to break cycles of poverty and child abuse with academic and character education alone. Randi has recognized that we have to teach kids about what strong families look like and to nurture their dreams of a better life. Then, by showing them they have control over their destinies by the decisions they make, she gives them a chance. I wish her program could be part of every high school curriculum in the country.
We are indebted to wonderful parents like you who embrace our program and welcome us as partners in helping guide our teens to achieve bright futures. You explained the unique value of our program so well! Thank you for taking time to share your thoughts.
Randi Rubenstein's altruism and dedication to ESP are an inspiration to any organization. She is impeccably professional and professional. She has built an incredible organization that will make the world a better place.
As a graduate student for East Carolina University studying Health Education and Promotion, I selected ESP to do my course long research project on. I knew what a wonderful person Randi was and what her nonprofit was up to before the experience, but after I learned the ins and outs of her goals, motivations, and work ethnic, I can without a doubt say this organization is life changing and will continue to make an impact! I encourage anyone interested to get involved to see how this organization is making beneficial impacts for this generation, as well as, the next.