Quarterback of Life and former Penn State football player Adam Taliaferro, joined by two student leaders from Bellwood-Antis Middle School were live on We Are Central PA Live (WTAJ TV) on October 4, 2013.
Adam spoke about what it means to be a Quarterback of Life role model and how he became involved with the Beating the Odds Foundation in 2001. The two students spoke about the Quarterbacks of Life Program and what it means to have the program at their school and their role on the Quarterbacks of Life student leadership team.
About the Quarterbacks of Life® school assembly program
The assembly programs provide role models for young people. The mission is to give them the motivational tools to overcome adversity.
The assembly programs focus on the Stepping Stones to Success: dreams and goals, self-esteem (resource review), team support, decide & plan, and positive mental attitude. This is a powerful step-by-step process where students will learn of a pathway to success and through the application of these Stepping Stones will learn to live lives of meaning, purpose, and direction as caring human beings and builders of caring communities.
Students greatly benefit from our inspirational assembly programs. The BTO Foundation has worked with many school districts to help their students establish and develop a life-long desire to succeed!