MathSadeWay

By: Sade Ried

For many reasons, the attainment of STEM skills are especially hard for African American students to acquire. Join me in breaking down "stereotype threats" and creating a movement of peer-tutoring options!

teentrepreneur

By: Sophia Fulton

Entrepreneurship is a necessary life tool for teens because it helps young people explore what their passions are and ultimately how they can serve others. I have an online publication profiling teen entrepreneurs, maybe you're next?

Zandra Beauty

By: Zandra Cunningham

Zandra Beauty gives 10% of our profits to fund girls' education programs. Once a girl is educated she'll marry later, not be an easy victim of violence and will ultimately break the cycle of poverty, in just one generation, by educating her kids too.

#1000BlackGirlBooks

By: Marley Dias

Representations of people in literature impact the way we see ourselves and each other. I founded #1000BlackGirlBooks to lay the foundation for a positive racial identity, including pride in being an African American.

A Youth Mind

By: Campbell Erickson

A Youth Mind is a storytelling project dedicated to photo-journaling what success looks like in developing economies and communities in order to create sustainable opportunity for young people internationally.

The "Essynce" of Entrepreneurship

By: Starr Barrett

Age is just a blanket covering what you are capable of -- so I want to encourage people my age to pursue their dreams! If you're interested in becoming an entrepreneur, check out my project and let's design your future!

Pedal2Prosperity

By: Renita Zaparde

Without access to publicly funded school-buses, rural orphaned girls often give-up the most precious tool of empowerment -- their education. Join me in helping change this paradigm by providing bicycles and enabling them to pedal2prosper!

SmartStart Initiative

By: Krithika Iyer

The SmartStart Initiative works to increase educational access to combat the growing tide of drop-outs and give these children a fighting chance for a better future. And we're not the only ones who think this is important.

Reboot For Youth

By: Christopher Cao

It's shocking that more than half of low-income students in the U.S. do not have access to a computer. Our mission is to increase educational opportunities for underprivileged children in the U.S. and the world through increased access to technology.

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