Raises awareness about women’s education, health, protection and economic issues and provides concrete steps to fight gender-based oppression.
Our partnership supports the Half the Sky Movement Campus Ambassadors program, which provides students with a blueprint for engagement on the six issues presented in the Half the Sky Movement documentary: gender-based violence, sex trafficking, forced prostitution, maternal mortality, education and economic empowerment. Our partnership also supports the Students Rebuild Award featuring Half the Sky Movement.
Helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future. IRC teams provide health care, infrastructure, learning and economic support to people in 40 countries, with special programs designed for women and children.
The International Rescue Committee is a Students Rebuild Partner for the Healing Classrooms Challenge, which supports Syrian youth from conflict areas to recover from crisis and grow into happy, healthy adults.
Fosters empathy by breaking down barriers and shattering stereotypes through the exchange of stories across the world. Led by globally influential artists, educators, students and community advocates, N4 develops the next generation of empathetic leaders and citizens.
Our partnership supports the program build and launch.
Facilitates philanthropic giving to children in need in over 120 countries and throughout rural America.
Save the Children is a Students Rebuild partner for the Typhoon Haiyan Challenge, Literacy Challenge, Flowers for Nepal Challenge, and Youth Uplift Challenge. Our Students Rebuild partnerships have supported Save the Children’s relief efforts following Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, Save the Children's Literacy Boost program, relief efforts following the 2015 Nepal earthquake,and Save's youth empowerment work in Nicaragua and Indonisia.
Furthers education and leadership opportunities for the next generation of Afghan women, imbuing them with a sense of service and commitment to their community in order to bring about a progressive and prosperous future.
Our partnership supports SOLA’s high school in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Science Research Mentoring Program at the American Museum of Natural History
Partner since 2013
Addresses the pressing need for innovative approaches to STEM education and preparedness by providing high-potential, low-resourced high school students with the tools they need to pursue and succeed in STEM majors and careers.
Our partnership supports the Science Research Mentoring Program’s work to support high school students from groups traditionally underrepresented in science and those who lack opportunities to pursue their scientific interests.
Empowers young people to establish cooperative and compassionate relationships by combining the power of dialogue with the reach of new media.
Our initial partnership supported the Catalyzing Virtual Exchange initiative, an effort to dramatically scale up the opportunities for young people to make meaningful connections with one another across the world through technology-enabled virtual exchanges.
Our current partnership supports the development of a Cross-Cultural Communication and Collaboration Skills tool at MIT's SaxeLab. This tool will be used to enhance and validate virtual exchange programs.
A multilateral public-private partnership designed to increase people-to-people exchange between youth in the United States and the Middle East and North Africa as a lasting tribute to the legacy of Ambassador Chris Stevens.
Our partnership supports the Stevens Initiative’s work to build the field of virtual exchange.