Prepare Your Students for the Rain Of Life
Help them build the social and emotional umbrella they need
with The Umbrella Project.
Through our research-based curriculums, workshops, and events we join with schools and educators to support the development of positive coping skills and sustainable well-being in students’ lives.
Curious about what makes the Umbrella Project unique?
We’d love to show you!
Get started by checking out your own umbrella of coping skills with our FREE Umbrella Skills Assessment.
Whether you’re a teacher or administrator, this is a great place to begin getting to know the Umbrella Project!
This quick series of simple questions will give you a clear picture of which of the 18 Umbrella Skills you excel at, which ones could use improvement, and how you can start working on your umbrella. Once you’ve assessed yourself, you’ll have a good idea of the types of skills The Umbrella Project can help your students learn, too.
“It’s your reaction to adversity, not adversity itself that determines how your life’s story will develop.”
― Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Ways Your School Or Organization Can Partner With The Umbrella Project
Our K-12 Umbrella Project Curriculum
Professional Development & Implementation Support
Student Workshops & Assemblies
Parent Sessions & Workshops
Bring The Umbrella Project To Your School Or District
The Umbrella Project has partnered with Trent University
to research and study our program’s impact in schools across Ontario.
Under the supervision of Dr. Jim Parker, The Umbrella Project has been proven to have a statistically significant impact on improving student emotional intelligence, adaptability, interpersonal skills, and stress management.
The impact of The Umbrella Project was found universally across all boards, schools, grades, and genders studied.
Review our most recent research paper here.