Team Zaya is on a mission to provide world-class personalized learning to disadvantaged children between the of ages 6 and 13 years in India. Zaya seeks to help these kids through its "hubs" and "labs", by bringing online education to the bottom of the pyramid. This project empowers and trains women to run after school programs that will not only create sustainable jobs, but also address critical educational and societal needs.
In the small, caring town of Carbondale, Colorado, the team Rams for Vets 2014 asks you to help support their project to give combat veterans returning from military service a new sense of purpose, hope, optimism and the ability to enjoy the freedoms they fought for as they re-enter society. Team Coordinators Miriam and Alyza have created a social action project that invites their school, city and the global community to help fund five veterans to attend the Huts for Vets program. They hope to help transform the lives of the veterans through more services and information and, as well, create an awareness among their high school peers of the challenges that face veterans.
Much like other cities in America, Chicago also faces the problem of hunger and childhood obesity, two pandemics that are not mutually exclusive. Not only are children going hungry, many children are eating badly and are undereducated on nutrition. On top of school closings, there is limited education and fine arts programming available to students at Chicago schools. Everybody Dance Now! Chicago has a solution to help their community.
Meet Team Pirates for Change, a group of Oceanside High School students who are committed to creating a safe and supportive school for all students. Through their social action project---an innovative character building solution, and with the help of other collaborative partners, they are working to create unity at Oceanside High School. The mission of Pirates for Change is "developing our community one student at a time.” By supporting their project, Pirates for Change will help build a network of young people willing and able to unify a whole school and community to promote peace and mutual respect.
Join us in fighting an epidemic! Become part of the Global Girl Media campaign to end sexual harassment and violence against women worldwide by watching our documentary "Breaking the Silence About Sexual Harassment: Moroccans Speak Out" on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The film will be streamed live from Casablanca, Morocco with discussions from local key actors to follow. Then, help us to promote the documentary and further the campaign when we take the screening to universities and colleges nationwide and showcase our TOOLKIT: a study guide, educational resource, and call to action for everyone to end the epidemic.
In the last 20 years, Quincy, Massachusetts, USA, has turn into a hub for Asian immigrants, primarily Chinese immigrants, and many are former Boston Chinatown residents moving away from the high cost of rent and living in the city. 24% of Quincy's population is of Asian decent with a student population over 10,000 in the Quincy Public School district. There is a large under served population of Asian students and their families with limited English proficiency, facing a difficult transition into the American educational system, and unfamiliar with American systems and culture.