Learn how you can start the year off right by using your voice to advocate for those who cannot do so themselves.
Category: Youth Engagement
This internship has opened my eyes to how contacting your senator is perceived from the other side. Here are 5 tips for being an effective voice for kids.
Student Ambassador from Washington state, Sarai Ortiz, shares why she advocates for kids and why she thinks advocating is important.
Check out what students across the country did this spring to advocate for kids!
When we try to reach kids in secondary school, or even elementary school, it may already be too late.
From tablings to film screenings, our advocates were the voice for early learning around the country. These are our top 5 moments.
As a first-year college student, this is my first time voting in a general election. It is an absolute privilege.
Canvassing isn’t easy. So, 16-year-old Bella writes, “I doubled down, beating on and kept knocking on those doors.”
“As we headed into our first meeting, I was incredibly nervous. Why would my legislators listen to me, a kid who wasn’t even of voting age?”
In Ghana, babies are frequently whisked away from their mothers because they so often don’t survive. It doesn’t have to be this way.