Issue Area: Arts & Technology
People have there way of expressing themselves, but what if a child doesn’t? Let’s help kids find their outlet and what they were destined to be.
By: Lauren from Rosemount High School, Minnesota
Issue Area: Education
Girls of India should not be oppressed by the taboo of menstruation. To empower girls, I will teach and provide hygienic period products.
By: Cassandra from Ernest S. McBride High School , California
Issue Area: Sustainability
1 in 9 people lack access to potable drinking water. What can we do to break this cycling crisis?
By: Leslie from Northside High School, North Carolina
Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
By creating gardens and educating the community about sustainable gardening, we could fight malnutrition in the slums.
By: Ava from Poway High School, California
Live Artists is a fundraiser aimed to save and keep art programs in schools around the world by doing open mic nights and promoting on social media.
By: Brenda from St. Anne Catholic School, South Carolina
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
Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
The government’s fighting for gender equality, but they can't do it alone. They need the voices of the people to empower citizens to take a stand
By: michelle from Mentor High School, Ohio
Do not stop until we are proud.
By: Psyrine from Saint john Nepomucene, Wisconsin
India is in a health crisis that if left unaddressed will be detrimental.
By: Claire from C.K McClatchy High School, California
I wish to teach effective thinking methods to young children, using three different concepts: self-awareness, circle of influence, & growth mindset.
By: Allison from Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, Illinois
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
With the help of therapeutic ceramics, I will better the emotional health of Colombian individuals who suffered the trauma of internal displacement.
By: Alondra from Jones College Prep, Illinois
My project holds a megaphone up to the mouth of the seemingly voiceless. Helping spread cultural tolerance for a brighter tomorrow.
By: kendal from Brooke Point, Virginia
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
This is a project I came up with to help children around the world to develop properly no matter the conditions.
By: Lois grace from Harlan Community High School, Iowa
"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
Malnutrition's is a big problem for the kids of Guatemala and is through the charts. We can make a change for the best for the lives of thousands.
By: Haley from Webberville High School , Michigan
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
My project would involve providing the opportunity for children to learn how to make music using an instrument or with their voices.
By: Ashley from Seneca Valley Intermediate High School , 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
Supporting and helping local farms to improve less-starving families that are struggling everyday in India.
By: Audrey from Gig Harbor High School, Washington
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
My project aims to bridge education disparities through learning programs on public safety, pollution, and inclusiveness.
By: Linda from Alameda Science & Technology Institute , California
A plan to educate citizens on the benefits of entrepreneurship and financial assistance to stimulate the economy.
By: Madeline from Petoskey High School , Michigan
Thousands of females are killed yearly, simply because they are not male. In India, millions of baby girls are aborted yearly.
By: Nathalia from Ewing High School, New Jersey
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
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
How we could improve one of our most important diminishing resources. Through utilizing different methods for success.
By: Chiara from Freedom High School, Florida
This project aims to give refugees in Kenya Internet access and teach them how to use it so that they may access job portals and educational tools.
By: Halle from Jennings High School, Louisiana
In this essay, I describe my solution on how to implement education in rural areas where kids are not going to school.
By: MinhAnh from Huntington Beach High School, California