Issue Area: Arts & Technology
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
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 plan is to begin a sustainable form of access to education to underprivileged kids in classroom
By: Mariana from Cypress Bay High School , Florida
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
Education is the key to unlock the world without hunger, hatred, and negativities. This project present ways to bring education to more people
By: Minh from Heritage 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
Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
To stop stunting I'll build chicken coops, supply them with chickens for nutrition from their eggs and teach women about the affects of malnutrition.
By: Natalie from Neenah High School, Wisconsin
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
Project Pollito provides poor Guatemalan families with chickens.
By: Rosa from La Follette, Wisconsin
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
Issue Area: Sustainability
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
My goal is to set up a camp where secondary school girls can learn robotics, do their own science experiment, and build an interest in STEM.
By: Alisa from School for the Talented and Gifted, 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
We'd create a class where we'd teach children in rural areas about music. (Instruments, musicians, background, etc).
By: Laurel from Gig Harbor High School, Washington
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
A plan that can start with the small tribes of Kenya and then the rest of the world. Everyone deserves the basic right of education.
By: Drew from St. Mary’s Ryken , Maryland
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
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
Health classes to teach about proper sanitation, contraception, and nutrition.
By: Beth from Mercer Island High School, Washington
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
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
This project suggest a new model of educational system that guarantee the preservation of their culture and offer an equal and efficient education
By: Camila from Joseph Craig , Wisconsin
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
Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
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 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
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
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
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
I will preserve the Maori culture by using a blog to show their heritage. Also, with donated money, I will educate the Maori.
By: Nicole from The Pingry School, New Jersey
Plastic has caused many environmental problems, so we need a replacement for it immediately, something eco-friendlier.
By: nour from James E. Taylor High School, Texas