LifeSmarts Partners with UL’s Safety Smart® Ambassador Program

Demonstrate leadership in your community, teach important life lessons to younger students, and apply for a Safety Smart scholarship. Become a Safety Smart Ambassador today!

LifeSmarts is pleased to partner with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to bring Safety Smart to LifeSmarts students and coaches. This exciting opportunity allows teens to become Safety Smart Ambassadors, focus on health and safety curriculum, teach younger children, and give back in their communities. We provide everything you need: the presentations, the lesson plans, the worksheets, and videos featuring Timon and Pumbaa from Disney’s The Lion King. You take it from there – you get to present the fun, entertaining content to kids ages 4-10, and you can use it to fulfill your community service or service learning requirements.

Congratulations! Spring Scholarship Winners Announced

Congratulations to five students who have been awarded $1,000 LifeSmarts Safety Smart Scholarships:

  • Gabrielle Alcala, Warren Township High School, Gurnee, IL
  • Shivank Gupta, Warren Township High School, Gurnee, IL
  • Emily Miga, East Greenwich High School, East Greenwich, RI
  • Genesis Nobles, Colquitt County High School, Moultrie, GA
  • Kerstin Peterson, Blair Oaks High School, Jefferson City, MO

Read the press release announcing the winners.

Report back, win this month’s prize drawing:

Submit an assessment for every presentation you make for a chance to win this month’s prize drawing!

Apply for a LifeSmarts Safety Smart Ambassador Scholarship:

$1,000 LifeSmarts Safety Smart Ambassador scholarships will be awarded twice in 2017. For students in attendance at the National LifeSmarts Championship in April 2017, the deadline to apply is April 12, 2017. For all others the deadline is December 1, 2017.

Questions? Contact us!

Emily Stevenson is here to help. Email her:

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If you are unable to stream videos from the UL site, you may order videos:

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