Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
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
Issue Area: Sustainability
"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
This project is an innovative pen pal idea to connect children in America with people their age who live completely different live across the world.
By: Samantha from Lake Catholic, Ohio
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
Issue Area: Arts & Technology
Volunteers will visit Colombia and repair a town in need of renovation.
By: Paige from Pearson Middle School , Texas
Issue Area: Education
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
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
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
I propose that we start a project to teach children how to make good decisions to protect the environment and wildlife.
By: Yasata from California Virtual Academy, Georgia
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
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
By: Abby from Wakefield HS, Virginia
This project is aimed to educate and inform females on basic academic skills and give them tools to help them succeed.
By: Maya from Essex High School , Vermont
Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
Malnutrition & vitamin deficiencies can lead to awful side effects, like blindness. This garden has vegetables with nutrients to counteract these.
By: Ajalon from Orono Senior High, Minnesota
Progress in underprivileged countries can be achieved through inspiration for community wellbeing using STEM.
By: Manas from Panther Creek High School, North Carolina
The goal of my project is to address hunger and malnutrition in Guatemala through workshops in health education.
By: Gina from Victor J. Andrew High School, Illinois
Providing sanitation services and education on proper sanitation in the citizens of India in order to improve health conditions in the area
By: Ethan from MIllard North High School, Nebraska
Proper education on sanitation and hand washing can improve school attendance and overall health in developing countries.
By: Eve-Lyn from Fox Chapel Area High School, Pennsylvania
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
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
Give the girls in India an unforgettable learning experience through storytelling and writing.
By: Trinity from Ritenour High School, Missouri
A Library school system for the future. One that will help with our progression in education in a more eco-friendly environment.
By: Eva from Booker T. Washington HSPVA, Texas
Social Emotional Learning is a program that teaches children of all ages how to understand their feelings and emotions and builds the individual.
By: Abby from C.K. McClatchy High School, California
Utilizes art therapy in schools and shelters to relieve stress in refugees, victims of trauma, etc. Works to provide supplies to do art at home.
By: Isabelle from Grand Blanc High School, Michigan
An idea to solve the problem of lack of education in Kenya with a loving helping hand.
By: ashley from Dehesa charter school , California
Introduce Students to Genius Hour, allowing them to pick something they're passionate about and spend an hour a day to learn more about it.
By: Elizabeth from Normal West Community West High School , Illinois
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 vision is to create workshops teaching essential values: love for the environment, self-betterment, gratitude and a commitment to service.
By: Gaby from W.T. Woodson High School, Virginia
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
Diverse nutritional food availability, that leaves behind old problematic farming methods. FOR THE PEOPLE, WITH AQUAPONICS!
By: Katherine Aileen from Cypress Bay High School, Florida