Peace First is convening a global group of youth leaders between the ages of 13 and 25 to design a meaningful, youth-centered campaign in response to COVID-19. The organization is offering minigrants of up to $250, mentorship, and project support to young people leading initiatives to address secondary effects of COVID-19 in their communities.
Letters to Strangers (L2S) is a student-led nonprofit organization focusing on students’ mental health by offering students opportunities to use their writing skills to pen letters expressing feelings and emotions they might otherwise avoid sharing.
Aspire2STEAM is a 501(c)(3) humanitarian organization dedicated to helping young women and girls break through barriers and complete STEAM-related training, certification, and college.
The US Department of Defense (also known as DoD) provides STEM education, outreach, and workforce development opportunities to students of all ages and educators throughout the country.
CyberStart America gives students in grades 9–12 free access to the world-renowned CyberStart game, in which students will tackle four unique bases, each focusing on offensive and defensive cybersecurity disciplines.
In just three years, 30,000 high school girls have discovered the exciting world of cybersecurity through Girls Go CyberStart Challenges and are on track to become the next generation of cyber defenders.
Evolving the world in which we live toward a more equitable future with uplifting women who will help shape it is the aim of the third annual Hyundai Women in STEM Scholarship.
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is one of the largest student-governed organizations based in the United States. Founded in 1975, NSBE supports and promotes the aspirations of collegiate and precollegiate students and technical professionals in engineering and technology.
The inaugural North American Chess Cup for Children with Disabilities will debut in Denver, Colorado, this summer, thanks to 17-year-old chess champion Griffin McConnell, his father Kevin McConnell, and their new nonprofit organization, ChessAbilities.
Ruby’s Rainbow grants scholarships to students with Down syndrome who are seeking postsecondary education, including enrichment or vocational classes. The scholarships, which range between $1,000 and $10,000, are intended to help these young people achieve their dreams of higher education.