Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
By educating the children and adolescents of Kenya and Egypt about human rights, it will encourage and prepare them to be voices of change.
By: Flynn from Abundant Life Christian School, Wisconsin
Issue Area: Education
By: Abby from Wakefield HS, Virginia
Issue Area: Arts & Technology
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 create a workshop, distribute hygiene kits, and form a central place with female health information to focus on women’s health.
By: Gagana from Martin Luther King Jr. Academic Magnet High School, Tennessee
Enable young adolescents to develop leadership skills to help them become visionary, versatile, and powerful in the world.
By: Denia from Union City High School, New Jersey
Traditional Indian string puppet theatre will be used to address gender disparities and encourage women's empowerment to a broad audience.
By: Elyssa from Rancho Cucamonga High School, California
Health classes to teach about proper sanitation, contraception, and nutrition.
By: Beth from Mercer Island High School, Washington
Not just for Colombian youth, implemented anywhere this can create a better platform for social peace: fostering resilience and empathy through music.
By: Olivia from Shorewood High School, Wisconsin
Issue Area: Sustainability
Conducting conservation projects to preserve the Earth's biodiversity.
By: Mallika from Dublin High School, California
Supply bicycles to impoverished and displaced Colombian children with the goal of creating lifelong relationships and newfound awareness of Colombia.
By: Ben from Asheville High School, North Carolina
Working with local NGOs in Colombia to compile population data on endangered species while planting trees in order to combat deforestation.
By: Ashley from Bend Senior High School , Oregon
My project is about teaching girls in rural areas about their body and what they can do to to protect themsleves.
By: Disha from Academic Magnet High School, South Carolina
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 will work to establish an organization focused on educating students and community members about sustainable agriculture.
By: Sydney from San Clemente High School, California
Recycling more and helping people learn more about it n teaching new things to people.
By: Valentina from Monterey High School, California
Work with refugee children in Hungary or Colombia to build playground equipment and paint on them with stories and doodles.
By: Cynthia from Belmont High School, Massachusetts
New Zealand's endemic birds need to have their populations bolstered. This project will help through raising them to be released back into the wild.
By: Levi from Perry High School, New York
My project revolves around alleviating the stigma around mental health in India by educating teenagers about the issue and how they can access help.
By: Manognya from Monta Vista High School, California
My Project Change aims to provide a music class to primary schools by teaching students and instructors basic music education.
By: Liv from Mt. Lebanon High School, Pennsylvania
Helping woman in Egypt get legal aid for rape and domestic violence, connecting them to resources, reducing stigma, and teaching girls about assault
By: Elea from Valley High School, Iowa
Creating a festival in which children from a disadvantaged community come together to further their passion for learning and intellectual curiosity.
By: Irati from Horace Mann School, New York
Coding 4 Change allows children in low-income and impoverished areas to get a head start and exposure in STEM, particularly computer science, fields.
By: Yuqing from Texas Academy of Math and Science, Texas
My project is to raise awareness against gender discrimination in Kenya!
By: Haleigh from Paradise Senior High School, California
We will train with healthcare professionals; when abroad, we will conduct a health screening and teach the families about hygiene/clean living.
By: Sharon from Clements High School, Texas
Teach underprivileged children the importance of education in a creative way that will impact their future. andreaschangeproject.weebly.com
By: Andrea from Montevideo Senior High School , Minnesota
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
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Let's make the world better together!
By: Rachael from lexington high school, Massachusetts
Even though I am 16, I can take a leap of faith to help others find their voices through help groups and standing up for what is right.
By: Victoria from Troy High School, Ohio
Teach the youth in poverty English, to inspire them to make a change with the knowledge and power they have been fortunate to gain through education.
By: Renae from Olympia High School, Florida
My proposal gives a sense of childhood back to refugee children in Hungary through a two-week sports, art, and music summer camp!
By: Luke from Sewickley Academy, Pennsylvania