Tero's Community Service Outreach Program
Beyond corporate training, in the spirit of good corporate citizenship, Tero supports its communities by offering services at reduced cost or no cost to a number of charitable and community organizations.
This community support would not be possible if not for the clients who have invited Tero to be their partner in employee and leader development. Thanks to the growth of Tero over the years, Tero's ability to give back has also grown.
On behalf of all the members of the Tero Team and the groups served by these community service programs, we extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to the clients of Tero for making this possible.
Some of the organizations that have benefited from the gift of Tero training include:
- Boy Scouts
- Girl Scouts
- American Red Cross
- Habitat For Humanity
- Boys Town
- Youth Emergency Services & Shelter of Iowa
- Beacon of Life
- Best Buddies
- Farm Safety 4 Just Kids
- Variety Club (The Children's Charity)
- United Way
- Living History Farms
- Greater Des Moines Leadership Institute; Youth Leadership Initiative
- West Des Moines Leadership Institute
- Chrysalis Foundation
- Habitat for Humanity
To apply for a complimentary or reduced-fee keynote for your organization Click here to complete the on-line application.
To apply for a complimentary or reduced-fee registration to a Tero public workshop for your non-profit organization. Click here to complete the on-line application.
The members of the Tero team are especially proud of Tero's Inside-Out Makeover Program. This program was introduced to the community in 2004 as a vehicle to help disadvantaged women rebuild their lives. This unusual makeover is based on the premise that all lasting and meaningful change first begins on the inside. For this reason, the program is designed to build self-confidence, personal skills and interpersonal skills, from the inside-out, in those who participate. The program is not for the faint of heart as graduation is not automatic or guaranteed. It encompasses a long six months of training, involving several intensive training sessions, one-on-one professional coaching and self-study. Individuals are invited to self-nominate for the program by writing a brief essay on their goals for the program, if accepted. Two formal interviews also make-up the selection process. The scholarship provided by Tero carries a value of more than $1,500 per person and involves more than 30 hours of training and professional coaching.