Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
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
Issue Area: Education
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
Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
By educating the children and adolescents of Kenya and Egypt about human rights, it will encourage and prepare them to be voices of change.
By: Flynn from Abundant Life Christian School, Wisconsin
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
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: Sustainability
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 will help kids to appreciate and become aware of their cultural history through interactive workshops.
By: Jade from Riverbend Middle School, Virginia
Health classes to teach about proper sanitation, contraception, and nutrition.
By: Beth from Mercer Island High School, Washington
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
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
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
This plan partners schools and companies in Guatemala to provide a solution to education and employment. Watch the video to learn more!
By: Natalie from Natomas Charter School Performing and Fine Arts Academy , 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
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
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
My project involves the creation of human trafficking "safe-havens," where victims can go to gain support to resume a safe, normal life.
By: Grace from Marshfield High School, Wisconsin
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
This project is all about building clinics and safe places for people who need medicine and help.
By: Solveig from Baraboo High School, Wisconsin
My project aims to bridge education disparities through learning programs on public safety, pollution, and inclusiveness.
By: Linda from Alameda Science & Technology Institute , California
My project focuses on using recycled materials to teach the art of percussion to women through drumming.
By: Massimo from MDI REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, Maine
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Let's make the world better together!
By: Rachael from lexington high school, Massachusetts
A program aimed towards assisting displaced, refugee, or migrant youth in new environments while keeping a healthy mindset and lifestyle.
By: Kelly from Andrew P. Hill High School, California
Air pollution has become a threat, we can stop that threat by planting more trees and by teaching people how to take care of their environment.
By: Carol from Walter G O'Conell Copiague High school, New York
I want to build homes for people in Colombia, mainly for families. I want to do this in a cheaper way using ancient techniques.
By: Anahi from Monterey high school, California
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
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
Implementing book clubs in schools worldwide to encourage children to read and make reading a fun activity.
By: Mariana from San Domenico Upper School, California
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
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
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