Issue Area: Sustainability
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
Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
Preserving culture by talking with older people about Hungary’s culture then giving this to local teens who will paint murals showing their history.
By: Bailey from Guilford High School, Connecticut
Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
My project focuses on educating young children in India regarding nutrition and helping them grow vegetables which they can use to make healthy foods.
By: Anisha from Huron High School, Michigan
Issue Area: Education
Encouraging parents to educate their children through storytelling of how impactful an education can be on their family and children.
By: Linzee from Amador Valley High School, California
Conducting conservation projects to preserve the Earth's biodiversity.
By: Mallika from Dublin High School, California
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
Nutrition For a Lifetime will work to end hunger by teaching community members how to continually provide for themselves through community gardens.
By: Elise from Sidney High School , Iowa
Issue Area: Arts & Technology
Volunteers will visit Colombia and repair a town in need of renovation.
By: Paige from Pearson Middle School , Texas
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
Teaching about the arts and the basics of human rights and cultural understanding in Kenya.
By: Lauren from Northern High School (Owings), Maryland
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
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
I want to be able to provide more safe places for LGBT youth around the world, so they can find support, medical resources, and others like them.
By: maxton from Bryant High School, Arkansas
My focus is to engage young girls in the exploration of science, math, engineering, and technology and to infuse it with the arts(STEAM).
By: Maria from Charleston Charter School for Math and Science , South Carolina
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
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
my project is to make a difference in endangered species in New Zealand due to the fact that there are 2,788 endangered species
By: Melanie from Monterey high school, California
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
Days for Girls provides feminine hygiene products for girls who do not have access to them because of monetary or cultural reasons.
By: Natalie from Burlingame High School, California
My project is to educate children about the importance of rivers and streams in ecosystems and the problems they face.
By: Nathan from Essex High School, Vermont
My project proposes an initiative to ban single-use plastic materials in hopes of preserving our precious planet. We've only got one; don't waste it.
By: CELINE from Croton-Harmon High School, New York
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
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
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
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
How we could improve one of our most important diminishing resources. Through utilizing different methods for success.
By: Chiara from Freedom High School, Florida
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
I hope to integrate mindfulness practices and a cappella singing to inspire unity and optimism towards national progress.
By: Maddi from Williamsville North High School, New York
Utilizing students as peer instructors to strengthen their basic understanding of numeracy and literacy.
By: Olivia from Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center- Scholars Program, Illinois
My project aims to improve human rights for women in Egypt and India through community based training & resource seminars
By: morgan from Durant HighSchool , Oklahoma