Does This Sound Like You?

✔ You are a high-potential student looking to stand out.

✔ Academic research/discourse interests you.

✔ You have the desire to become a change agent.

 ✔ The idea of working alongside thought leaders is intriguing.  

✔ You are a student leader who excels in working with other teens.  

✔ You want to improve your academic and professional portfolio.

✔ You want to develop a growth mindset & intellectual humility.

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Ready to use your voice to create positive change in the world you will inherit?  Explore Teen Thank Project’s offerings and find the right program for you!  Whether you are looking for an intensive academic program where you work alongside thought leaders and activists to create policy frameworks addressing real-life social issues, or you are interested in becoming a social justice influencer and content creator, the Teen Think Tank Project has a program to facilitate your journey!    

Change Agent Academy

Virtual research cohorts | 12-week intensive sessions

Ideal for high-potential high school students who are interested in developing a growth mindset, conducting academic research, or becoming an agent of change!

Health Equity: Access to Care Cohort

Research focus: Breaking down barriers to care in a complex healthcare system.

Explore disparities in healthcare outcomes and access to care, the history of the U.S. health insurance industry, and the ongoing healthcare reform debates.

Health Equity: Mental Health Cohort

Research focus: Fixing America’s mental health crisis

An in-depth look at how our society can address mental health issues with care and compassion by addressing mental health policy, community support, and information on therapeutic options.

Economic Equality: Financial Security Cohort

Research focus:  Achieving economic security and fighting poverty.

Investigate the struggles and hardships that low-income American families face. Understand how education inequalities, underemployment, inconsistent health benefits, and institutional prejudices prevent individuals from escaping poverty’s grip.

Racial Equity: Social Protest & Sports Cohort

Research focus: Developing a blueprint to activate athlete voices.

Explore the history of social protest in sports, examining the relative successes and struggles of athletes looking to advocate for change. Work as part of a research group that includes fellow students, political scientists, journalists, sports professionals, advocates, and thought leaders to develop a policy framework that will serve as a blueprint for future socially conscious athletes.

Climate Justice: Climate Change Cohort

Research focus: Explore issues causing global warming and the impediments preventing meaningful reform.

Research the economic, political, and social issues contributing to the global climate crisis.  Research associates work alongside sustainability experts and environmental policy thought leaders to address the issue of global warming in the United States and globally. 

Parent Workshops

Live Webinars

Perfect for parents looking to acquire the insights and skills needed to help their teen achieve the academic, personal, and professional goals necessary to succeed in high school, college, and beyond!

Parent Workshop Series

Program focus: Inisght and guidance for parents of college-bound teens.

These FREE 45-minute webinars are perfect for parents looking to gain information and insights on how they can help their college-bound high school students achieve their personal, academic, and professional goals.  Each monthly webinar features a teen empowerment expert who will focus on a specific topic aimed at providing parents with a blueprint to help high school students activate their potential.

On Demand Learning

Ditigal Microcoursess

A great introductory program for students interested in enrichment activities that introduce the concepts of change agency and advocacy.  

1-Hour Advocate Series

Program focus: Students acquire the basic building blocks to change agency.

These 60-minute micro-lessons are ideal for high school students who are looking to develop the growth mindset and intellectual humility needed to become a leader in the classroom and beyond.  These self-guided educational units break down key leadership and social justice concepts into a series of learning modules that are easy to digest and comprehend. 

Leadership Workshops

Live & On-Demand Courses

Great courses for teens looking to develop the basic leadership, communication, and conflict resolution skills they will need to navigate the everyday challenges and obstacles of being a high school student.    

Conflict Resolution for Teens 

Program focus: Learn basic conflict resolution techniques.

A program ideal for any high school student looking to improve their communications skills, boost their confidence and learn problem-solving skills.  It is especially beneficial for students interested in pursuing studies/careers in communications, conflict resolution, law, business management, operations management, sales, or human resources.

Teen Leadership Bootcamp

Program focus: Gain the skills, confidence, and growth mindset to thrive inside and outside the classroom.

A great program for any high school student looking to sharpen their leadership skills, improve their communications skills, boost their confidence, and learn problem-solving skills.  It is especially beneficial for rising first-year students looking to build their confidence as they enter high school.  This program is also helpful for upper-level students looking to run for student council, establish themselves as student body leaders, or ascend to leadership positions within the school community. 

Ambassador Program

Earn money as a social justice influencer

A great way for socially conscious individuals to help give members their community to access our programming!

Become an affiliate partner

Focus: Use your social media platform to engage with potential change agents.

Socially conscious parents, students, educators, organizations, content creators, publishers, influencers, or bloggers can monetize that content and earn up to $250 for each referred student that enrolls in the Teen Think Tank Project.