Starting on October 1, Project Green Challenge will inform, inspire and mobilize high school, college, and grad students worldwide. This powerful and diverse call to action features 30 days of environmentally—themed challenges to touch lives, shift mindsets, and equip students with knowledge, resources and mentorship to lead change on campuses and in communities. Through conscious living, informed consumption, and individual and collective action, Project Green Challenge PGC participants are challenged to envision and work toward the healthy, just, and resilient future they want to thrive in. Each day during the month of October, a uniquely themed challenge will be delivered to registered participants by email at 6 am Pacific Time.
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Want your child to enter some art competitions? These 19 international art contests for kids and teens are a great place to start to get their work out there. Do you have a talented young artist, photographer, designer, or illustrator in your life? Best of all? Most of them are totally free to enter!
Writing Contests for Teens to Win Money
There are presently no open calls for submissions. This is a joint venture between ColorCreative and Powderkeg. We're looking for underrepresented writers who have an idea for an ensemble feature film that captures the humor, the awkwardness, and the all consuming drama of the modern high school experience! Issa Rae and Deniese Davis founded ColorCreative in to create more visibility and opportunities for writers from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds, and provide a springboard for their careers by producing and selling their work to all platforms including digital, television, and film.
Saved by the Bell nostalgia is everywhere, but where's the love for Parker Lewis?! A brief part of ABC's infallible "TGIF" lineup, Teen Angel followed the story of Marty, a high school boy who dies from eating a six-month-old hamburger on a dare and is then sent back to earth to be his friend Steve's guardian angel. Yes, that was really the plot. Ron Glass Book from Firefly played the disembodied orange head who guided Marty through his afterlife adventures. Peter Engel, the genius behind the Saved by the Bell franchise, created this show about six friends enrolled at the "American Academy" cool name, Engel boarding school in Paris, France.