Building Empathy and Connectivity Through Play by Jeff Frigon, Youth & Student Programs Coordinator In our work, we are often tasked with helping groups build healthy community. Boiled down to its most basic form, the distillate for you science folks, a healthy community is made up of individuals who are connected enough to one another […]read more
Resource Barriers In our Positively Impacting School Climate workshop we delve into diversity, inclusion and bullying prevention programming. This image shows an activity where educators reflected on what resources exist in their organizations to move student centered programming forward and what barriers come up for implementations. The next challenge was to weave a rope through the […]read more
Dear World Live at UNH Tara Flippo (Browne Center Youth Director) and Jeff Frigon (Browne Center Youth Coordinator) took part in the “Dear World Live at UNH” event this week with photographer and founder Robert Fogarty. Their messages are fitting as their shared work with educators is helping to make schools and youth programming more welcoming, […]read more
Improving employee performance is paramount to improving the corporate bottom line. Our learning and development programs effectively transform the way people work and interact. Through experience-based learning, Browne Center program participants engage in activities, discussions and reflection that provide foundations for lasting change and organizational transformation.
The Browne Center promotes learning and personal growth in all our participants. With a long history of working with schools, The Browne Center designed a year-long curriculum to develop social and emotional skills in school-aged youth. Whether participating in a year-long implementation or a “peak day” at The Browne Center, our programs enhance skills in: Communication, Leadership, Team Development, Community Building, Trust, Healthy Risk Taking, Conflict Resolution, Diversity, and Inclusion.