Issue Area: Sustainability
My project will target deforestation and educate young minds to preserve valuable land and possibly take a big impacted step towards the future!
By: Angel from Belvidere North High school, Illinois
Issue Area: Education
"Freedom to Learn" will be focus mainly on providing teenage girls with the proper necessities to succeed in school.
By: Markal from Plantation High School, Florida
My project focuses on using recycled materials to teach the art of percussion to women through drumming.
By: Massimo from MDI REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, Maine
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
Girls today, are still being denied an education and with this program, I would like to empower/inspire girls through the use of music and dance.
By: Alexa from Island Trees High School , New York
Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
The US will send over information so women in India have a safe place to educate, become empowered and pass it on!
By: Sophia from Woodstock Academy , Connecticut
Sustainability ,"avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance." Water conservation should take priority
By: Daniela from Aquinas High School, New York
A plan to educate citizens on the benefits of entrepreneurship and financial assistance to stimulate the economy.
By: Madeline from Petoskey High School , Michigan
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
Issue Area: Arts & Technology
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
Most students do not reach their full potential in school, I want to change this by providing mentoring and resources to students who need it.
By: Sierra from Atlantic Community High School, Florida
Give the girls in India an unforgettable learning experience through storytelling and writing.
By: Trinity from Ritenour High School, Missouri
Women's Rights are a huge issue in many countries. Educating young, aspiring activists on ways to bring about much needed change.
By: Erica from East High School, Wisconsin
It teaches children about being environmental. Inventions today rarely care for the environment; kids often aren’t taught to innovate friendly.
By: Maya from Yorktown Education, Texas
Girls are the key to world change. By empowering girls to express themselves confidently through debate, my project will further this reality.
By: Sophia from Ridgefield High School, Connecticut
Educating Colombian children about sustainable habits and the devastating effects of deforestation.
By: Sydney from St. Charles North, Illinois
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
My idea is to help kids with depression and anxiety through games, outdoor activities, and by creating a safe space for them to express themselves.
By: Zoe from Rio Americano High School, California
Using motivational speaking in cities and schools to provide IDPs with their human rights and how to use that information to better their situation.
By: Thomas from Whitnall High School, Wisconsin
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
Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
This project entails using cilantro and solar disinfection to purify water. More information on walksofnamayani.com/cilantro-sodis-and-a-solution
By: Grace from Sandpoint High School, Idaho
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
Project: Assign a topic to debate, teach students how to debate, provide articles for students to do some research, have a debate.
By: Keyna from Cy-Fair High School, Texas
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
Best management practices as a means of sustaining the growing population of Kenya and wildlife.
By: Victor from Housatonic Valley Regional High School, Connecticut
This project will educate the youth about techniques on how to preserve the land and protect the endangered species of New Zealand.
By: Joseph from Coral Reef Senior High School, Florida
My project makes education more accessible to underprivileged girls, while also boosting confidence and good health so they can improve their future.
By: Lizzie from Springfield Catholic High School, Missouri
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
My project involves the creation of human trafficking "safe-havens," where victims can go to gain support to resume a safe, normal life.
By: Grace from Marshfield High School, Wisconsin
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