Since 1989 the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) has invited a select group of outstanding high school and middle school students to participate in its fast-paced, high-level, interactive summer sessions.
The George Washington Mount Vernon Prize for Excellence in Civics and History is awarded to two student projects each year. Teachers and organization leaders can nominate eligible middle school and high school students who have applied their understanding of George Washington’s life to extend his legacy of public service within classrooms, schools, or community projects.
The Lead4Change Student Leadership Program is a freeLeadership Curriculum with a Framework for Community Service. Designed to teach sixth- to twelfth-graders how to lead and serve, the innovative leadership lessons can easily be integrated into any subject area and all class or club settings. The Lead4Change program is privately funded and available at no cost to educators and youth club advisers. Since 2012, 1.8 million students have put their leadership skills to work. Join more than 14,000 educators in the Lead4Change member community.
What are students in pursuit of? What drives them? What do they want to change? Getty Unshuttered provides a positive community for teen artists to create and raise their voices for social good—a place to inspire one another and grow as artists.
Veterans Day is coming up on November 11. It’s an opportunity to thank America’s veterans for their service and for students to learn more about veterans and their service. Below are a few ways to celebrate Veterans Day in your classroom.