A Letter from Our CEO:
Hi, and welcome to Envision!
Thanks for taking the time to learn more about our programs.
Have you ever seen the movie "Dead Poets Society"? You may remember the scene where the character played by Robin Williams implores his students to “Carpe Diem”—seize the day. At Envision we don’t just believe that students should seize the day; we believe they should seize the future as well. We believe in “Carpe Futurum.”
I am the father of three daughters, the oldest of whom has attended an Envision program, and I want what every parent wants for their child: the chance for them to have opportunities to explore, to learn, to grow, and to realize their full potential. I like to think of that moment when every student begins to visualize a future for themselves and to build a plan for that future as their individual “light switch moment.” Finding this moment is what makes “Carpe Futurum” possible, and we strive to make this moment a reality for every student participating in an Envision program.
I am so proud of the work that we do and the passion that our team shares in ensuring that every student has an Envision experience that is safe, meaningful, and fun. I am even more proud of the amazing success stories we hear from our alumni and look forward to the many, many more dreams Envision will help kids realize in the future.
Thanks again for taking the time to learn more about us. We would love to hear from you. If you have any comments, concerns, or thoughts, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I personally review all emails that are sent to this address with our team.
Carpe Futurum !