Looking to share your short stories and experiences with the world? Telling a personal story onstage is both an artistic and a reflective process, and The Moth Education Program works to foster development, community and creative expression through the art and craft of storytelling. Be sure to watch some of their stories and read their student blog.
A creative community of respect where youths from anywhere explore ideas, take risks, gain audience.
Find your voice. Get published.
Young people’s voices and experiences are often fleeting or unheard, especially when it comes to the things that matter to them. Scenarios works to support a generation of reflective, outspoken, and confident youth. Write/read a blog entry, or create a film that could be seen get seen by an estimated 15 – 20 million people a year in classrooms!
Teen Ink provides a forum in which teens can express themselves through poetry, essays, stories, reviews, art and photography, featuring exclusive interviews with huge names like George Lucas, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sen. John Glenn, Whoopi Goldberg, Pedro Martinez, Andrew Shue, General Colin Powell and Hillary Clinton!
Young Composers is a one-stop resource for anyone interested in music composition. You can upload music to our network, where our insightful review team will help you hone your craft. Our composer music forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can answer questions about the life and career of classical music composition and show you new techniques.
Great Writing is a free creative writing support forum where aspiring authors, poets and bards come to read and review each other’s work.
The World Association of Young Scientists (WAYS) is a global, volunteer-run, non-profit and community-driven collaborative Science network – Become a member for Free and gain access to our vast knowledge base, science resources, message boards and community. WAYS is the largest grassroots, collaborative scientific community for young scientists in the world.
Mu Alpha Theta is dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students. The organization of mathematics clubs serves over 108,000 student members in more than 2200 schools in the United States and 20 foreign countries. Offering more than $300,000 in scholarships, grants, awards, and prizes yearly, we would love to support your math club and talented math students.
WE.org empowers people to change the world. WE make this change through our work at home, abroad and through our social enterprise. Click above to connect with other students that want to volunteer and make a difference!
Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. There are many ways for young people to get involved with this organization!
4.3 Million Members, 130 countries, 240 volunteer campaigns, 1 global movement for good. Any cause, anytime, anywhere.
The Great Kindness Challenge is one school week devoted to performing as many acts of kindness as possible, choosing from a 50 item checklist. Help create a culture of kindness on your campus! It’s free, easy to implement and has the power to increase tolerance, unity and respect for all grades.