Issue Area: Education
Do not stop until we are proud.
By: Psyrine from Saint john Nepomucene, Wisconsin
Issue Area: Arts & Technology
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
Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
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
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
My project will help kids to appreciate and become aware of their cultural history through interactive workshops.
By: Jade from Riverbend Middle School, Virginia
Issue Area: Sustainability
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
Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
My project change idea is to go to New Zealand and implement my nutrition lessons along with my exercise classes to help combat the obesity epidemic.
By: samantha from Holly Springs High School, North Carolina
I am passionate to fight for the children of Colombia so that they can receive the education that they deserve. Knowledge is empowerment.
By: Kiersten from Montclair High School, New Jersey
This guy on YouTube did this, and id like to do it in another country, and we could add on medical supplies, First Aid
By: AJ from Redmond Proficiency Academy, Oregon
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
My project will work to establish an organization focused on educating students and community members about sustainable agriculture.
By: Sydney from San Clemente High School, California
My project is to raise awareness against gender discrimination in Kenya!
By: Haleigh from Paradise Senior High School, California
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
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
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
This project is about how to help refugees to be respected and understood, sharing their experiences and cultures with the local people.
By: Sam from Oak Park River Forest High School, Illinois
helping Colombia in health and nutrients how to use money wisely and help them use money wisely
By: adolfo from Monterey high school, California
I would like to go to either Guatemala or Colombia and teach kids English for a more successful future.
By: Parker from Penn High School, Indiana
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 teaches leadership/teamwork skills to both young men and women alike, allowing them to gain the personal skills needed to succeed.
By: Imani from Ramón C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts, California
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Through my project, I hope to empower indigenous girls in Guatemala by providing access to good education through a series of workshops and seminars.
By: Joanne from Carl Junction High School, 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