Elix Incubator is California's first social impact incubator for teen entrepreneurs. Founded by a group of high school students (Isabella Liu, Stash Pomichter, Andrew Yates, Haley Catton, and Brendon Wright), Elix works to promote positive teen driven change by seeding and incubating teen-led social enterprises. In doing so, Elix hopes [...]
I want to create a safe space for youth to learn, grow, be themselves and understand their role of becoming young leaders in our community. As the grantee, I will look to connect with other community service agencies like The Canal Welcome Center, The Marin County Office of Education and [...]
Teen Talk is an after school enrichment program started by co-founder, Jhyre Alvarado, and is meant to build on the various strengths of youth all over Los Angeles. The program focuses on skill development, conflict resolution, and self-reflection. It allows for the youth in underprivileged communities to learn how to [...]
Azelya Yazzie's outreach project focuses on helping Native American youth learn how to grow and cook their own traditional foods. This will allow her to collaborate with different Native American tribes and youth centers in the region of Southern California and give presentations on growing crops. This will teach the [...]
The Youth Advisory Council is a group of young people in Butte County under the age of 25 who have experienced, or are experiencing difficult life circumstances such as: homelessness, foster care, incarceration, or poverty. The Youth Advisory Council is lead by the Facilitator and aims to develop well-being and [...]
Asaah A. Gideon and Divine Gordon Asaah are the founders of Educate a Child in Africa, Inc. a nonprofit organization that supports student achievement in Africa through Play and Learn | Leadership games and activities, Community Engagement and Family Engagement. Since most governments lay emphasis on formal education at an [...]
The Multicultural Leadership Project empowers refugee and immigrant youth in Aurora, Colorado. Through the program, high school students of all cultural and religious backgrounds share personal experiences, develop skills and assume leadership roles within their school community. The participation in this leadership initiative allows refugee and immigrant youth to voice and process their own cultural adjustment challenges and grow from them. The community projects will focus on helping their newly-arrived peers feel welcomed and supported in their adjustment to a new school, culture and home in the United States.