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Survey our school on our use of plastic bottles across campus. Look at what kind of recycling centers and steps we are taking to reduce our impact on our carbon footprint and the ocean. Research marketing techniques to convey the message of the effect of plastic. Put the message on our water bottles and the spread awareness with these bottles.
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In partnership with alternative transport groups (such as bike sharing companies, the Metro, etc.), my students will conduct outreach efforts to spread awareness on the personal and environmental benefits of using renewable energy for transport. I will do this project in two phases. During the first phase, students will build a solar-powered device to explore the benefits and challenges of renewable energy. During the second phase, students will advocate for renewable energy in their community by creating flyers and posters, sharing their learning with community partners, and hosting public presentations.
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Project Exchange is a youth-led, 503c3 nonprofit organization increasing access to cross-cultural experiences for high school & college students around the globe. Our 10-week Digital Exchange Program (DEP) simulates the authentic study abroad experience — through technology, we provide a platform to investigate culture, global citizenship, and change. Not only do we provide 1:1 cross-cultural learning opportunities through the DEP, Project Exchange serves as a platform to invite young changemakers around the globe to engage in cross-cultural conversations about today’s critical issues through our blog, newsletters, social media, and upcoming podcasts & educational live-streams.
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This is the three-part project : Nature/wildlife observation and conservation for children, mindfulness and growth mindset activities for pre-teens, and a global perspectives program for children of all ages.
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Service projects at local nature centers, wildlife observation and conservation activities, etc
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We will organize video screenings, quizzes, role-play, talks and debates with my peers and to teachers, and parents.
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Youth learn about community involvement, collaboration, self-sufficiency and leadership by planting and raising community gardens, harvesting produce and hand-making goods to sell at local farmer's markets, caring for livestock, participating in edible plant walks and more!
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We will create activities within the community and at the library. We will first purchase the necessary equipment and then set up a schedule for the summer with fun activities and games for the kids to play. This will hopefully encourage the adults in the neighborhood to coexist.
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My group of students set up recycling boxes within the school for materials that could be reused for art projects. After months of collection, we would like to use these recycled materials to create beautiful cards, artwork, and placemats to inspire and encourage the senior citizens in our community. We have an aging population and many who do not have family or loved ones close by. Together our club decided to make videos to play on our school announcements explaining the importance of our project as a way to enlist the help from our entire school of 650 students with the project. We are partnering with a local church, nursing home, and Meals on Wheels with the intent to provide approx. 250 pieces of spring art made from 100% recycled materials to each organization to be distributed to their seniors with love from our school. The items will be picked up by members of the above organizations during our April club meeting. Invited to our meeting are multiple community members speaking on the importance of recycling and philanthropy within our homes, schools, communities, and globe.

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