Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
This project is an innovative pen pal idea to connect children in America with people their age who live completely different live across the world.
By: Samantha from Lake Catholic, Ohio
Issue Area: Sustainability
Give people in need a sign that says you care!
By: Vashiya from C.D. Hylton High School, Virginia
Issue Area: Education
By receiving this scholarship I would be able to complete my wishes of teaching and volunteering, along with assuring guidance in education.
By: Molly from Grandview R-2 , Missouri
This plan partners schools and companies in Guatemala to provide a solution to education and employment. Watch the video to learn more!
By: Natalie from Natomas Charter School Performing and Fine Arts Academy , California
Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
Malnutrition & vitamin deficiencies can lead to awful side effects, like blindness. This garden has vegetables with nutrients to counteract these.
By: Ajalon from Orono Senior High, Minnesota
Educating Kenyan female farmers about farming techniques to increase crop yields, which can help improve the nutrition of their families.
By: Brandis from Homeschool, Pennsylvania
Do not stop until we are proud.
By: Psyrine from Saint john Nepomucene, Wisconsin
Social Emotional Learning is a program that teaches children of all ages how to understand their feelings and emotions and builds the individual.
By: Abby from C.K. McClatchy High School, California
My idea is to raise awareness and funds for disadvantaged girls in Guatemala by starting a social media campaign centered around a documentary.
By: Fasica from Parkview High School, Georgia
My project is a way to be able to educate children through a school that travels.
By: Emily from Riverton High School, Wyoming
Issue Area: Arts & Technology
To educate young girls and boys on technology and give them a means of expression that can be used to help create a future and career.
By: Lily from Dougherty Valley High School, California
My project will educate women about their rights and reproductive health to combat violence against women, child marriages, and child pregnancies.
By: Summer from Olmsted Falls High School, Ohio
My project change idea is to go to New Zealand and implement my nutrition lessons along with my exercise classes to help combat the obesity epidemic.
By: samantha from Holly Springs High School, North Carolina
My plan is to begin a sustainable form of access to education to underprivileged kids in classroom
By: Mariana from Cypress Bay High School , Florida
This project is all about building clinics and safe places for people who need medicine and help.
By: Solveig from Baraboo High School, Wisconsin
"Malama Ka'aina," to care for land, will help youth gain skills about pollution in their land and how to prevent pollution scenarios from occurring.
By: Peyton from Kauai High School, Hawaii
I would like to join your college and learn more about this sector.
And Implement in my country and help for the betterment of people.
By: Suku from Vinayak college of health science, Alabama
Bring arts to a class in a country where art education is severely overlooked by decorating the streets of a major city with pieces done by students.
By: Celia from Sehome High School, Washington
The project is to create a study group for girls who don't get a full education to encourage education.
By: Emma from Moon Area High School, Pennsylvania
Supporting and helping local farms to improve less-starving families that are struggling everyday in India.
By: Audrey from Gig Harbor High School, Washington
I would really like to go to new zealand and try my very best to try and help he people and the endangered animals.
By: Chanelle from monterey high school, California
I want to give the gift of music to struggling areas. It is proven that music makes people optimistic. We will let many listen to all types of music.
By: Chloe from Mountain View High School, Oregon
I want to build homes for people in Colombia, mainly for families. I want to do this in a cheaper way using ancient techniques.
By: Anahi from Monterey high school, California
Training for teens on the importance of early learning, empowering them to take action by helping younger siblings build literacy skills.
By: Ashley from Union High School, Washington
Establishing a basis for families to gain educational stability for their daughters, instead of resorting to child marriage in complicit nations.
By: Zoe from South Shore Charter High, Massachusetts
My project would include painting murals on the outside of schools and orphanages with the help of the children.
By: Eva from Penn High School, Indiana
Knowing is believing. Believing is understanding our world will not be here if we continue without spreading sustainability ideas to all students.
By: Kristella from Peters Township High School, Pennsylvania
Utilizes art therapy in schools and shelters to relieve stress in refugees, victims of trauma, etc. Works to provide supplies to do art at home.
By: Isabelle from Grand Blanc High School, Michigan
Due to Egypt's noneffective irrigation system, they lose 3 billion cubic meters of water every year.
By: Grace from Bear Creek High Schol, Colorado
Recycling more and helping people learn more about it n teaching new things to people.
By: Valentina from Monterey High School, California