Denver's Go For Institute To Showcase A Unique Approach To Raising Student Achievement And Fulfillment

Denver, Colorado (PressExposure) February 15, 2011 -- In partnership with Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, the Go For It Institute is offering an engaging one-hour program, Connecting the Triangle of Families, Students and Schools, to showcase its unique approach to raising achievement and fulfillment by harnessing the collective power of student, parents and schools.

Attendees will learn about the powerful strategy from the Go For It Institute, an organization whose Seven Keys to Success© Program has been independently evaluated through a grant provided, in part, by Oprah's Angel Network. The independent study supports the effectiveness of the program and its ability to help students, parents and teachers attain long-term academic, professional and personal success.

WHEN: Wed., Feb. 23, 2011
5 - 6 p.m.

WHERE: The Daniel's Fund
101 Monroe Street, Denver, CO 80206

SPEAKERS: John Arigoni, CEO, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver
Libby Anschutz Brown, President, The Anschutz Foundation
Judy Zerafa, Founder, Go For It Institute


Headquartered in Centennial, Colo.,The GO FOR IT! Institute has touched 267 school districts from coast to coast. It has touched the lives of thousands of students, teachers, and parents at 15 Colorado schools, including Trevista at Horace Mann ECE- 8 School, St. Rose of Lima School, Castro Elementary School, Good Shepherd Catholic School and Kepner Middle School - all in Denver. This program was created by Judy Zerafa, author of the first book on self-help for young people. GO FOR IT! Was published in 1982, by Workman Publishing, NY. Zerafa created the Seven Keys To Success© by finding ways to translate answers from top successful executives into 'how-to' language that children could understand. For more information about GO FOR IT, visit

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