Character First Education believes that everyone who interacts with a child or teen has an opportunity to teach or encourage positive social values. This organization exists to help teachers, administrators, and parents build future leaders with character. They offer curriculum and training that works in public and private schools, home school families, mentoring programs, summer camps, and almost any educational setting. Their goal is to provide fun, engaging, positive, practical, and research-based lessons that will help students build the character and competence needed for success. You can download free samples of their curriculum from this page.

Let It Ripple is a film studio devoted to using film, technology, discussion materials, and live and virtual events to engage people in conversation and action around complicated subjects that are shaping our lives, and to update these topics through an engaging, accessible, 21st century lens. In 2014, they founded Character Day, which has turned into an annual global initiative that brings together millions of people of all ages in schools, classrooms, companies, homes — anywhere people already gather — to engage in conversation and action around character (strengths like empathy, self-control, grit, gratitude, creativity, and leadership).

You can find many other examples of character-building program plans on the Internet. Try Googling "character education programs."