Changemakers in Oklahoma, Wyoming and Virginia are leading young and making a positive impact.
Teens in Texas, Louisiana and Wyoming are taking creative action to solve problems in their communities and inspiring others along the way.
Students in South Carolina, Montana and Melbourne are leading young and creating a postive impact in their communities.
Teens around the United States are teaching youth important skills and helping individuals in need.
Teens in Utah, Louisiana and Wyoming are using their time to make a difference in their local communities. Check out their inspiring actions!
Individuals around the world are making a postive impact in their communities. In Rustic Spirit Spotlights, we recognize and celebrate these students. These teen leaders in New Hampshire, Oklahoma and Massachusetts show Rustic Spirit.
Teens in Nebraska and Massachusetts are taking creative action to solve problems in their communities and inspiring others along the way.
Teens in Georgia, California and Utah are working to help others and positively impacting in their communities.
Changemakers from Hawaii, Tennessee and Virginia are addressing food insecurity and homelessness in their communities.
These three teens are dedicated to impacting their communities and beyond. They advocate for human rights, quality healthcare and ensure the growth of future generations.
The Climate Leaders Fellowship has wrapped up after two months of impact work. The environmental program led students in researching the effects of climate change in their own communities and finding ways to combat the problem locally. Learn more about their efforts and how these young changemakers made incredible impacts!
Rustic Spirit Spotlights are a collection of stories that shine a light on these amazing changemakers who have led young and are working hard to make a positive impact. Learn more about these featured teens from around the world!
We have another Rustic Spirit Spotlights featuring high school clubs! Read more about their projects and how these teens are creating postive change in their communities.
Teens have the power to change the world. These students serve as role models by demonstrating that each individual can make a difference.