I am a senior at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont, California and am passionate about sustainability and environment related issues and topics. I am a researcher who wants to focus efforts around sustainability through education, exposure and experience. The volunteer experience and extra curricular activities have drawn me closer to this topic. I always wonder about the collective impact we all can make if school going students make it a part and parcel of their life.
I am a junior at Henry M. Gunn High School in Palo Alto, CA. I am super passionate about environmental sustainability and think everyone should be aware of how large a role it plays in our everyday lives, especially the youth as they are the future generation. Other than sustainability, my hobbies include playing badminton, listening to music, biking, and reading books.
Hi! My name is Kanik Kaur and I am a 7th grader at William Hopkins Junior High School. I love to play the violin, soccer, harmonium, and engage myself in creative activities.
Hi! My name is Vega and I am a current junior at Presentation High in San Jose, CA. Some of my hobbies include painting and playing guitar. My passion for sustainability was initiated by my school's environmental club, where I got to learn a bit about environmentally- friendly practices, and was able to experience volunteer opportunities to aid the community.
My name is Tanish Bobde and I am a current junior at Prospect High school in Saratoga, California. Some of my hobbies are biking, studying aviation, and water polo.
I am a junior at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, WA. I am incredibly passionate about spreading awareness of environmental sustainability as well as researching environmental challenges that our communities are working to address. Apart from academic interests, my hobbies involve playing tennis, listening to music, and coaching gymnastics!
I am currently a junior at Bellevue High School in Bellevue, Washington. To me sustainability means being able to find more eco- friendly solutions for future generations. One way to enable future generations to make a difference is to teach them about sustainability while they are young. As climate change and sustainability become more talked about, I believe that it is important for younger generations to be exposed to the current challenges, so that they can gain the knowledge to make a change for their future. By teaching children while they are young, they can be able to implement environmental friendly solutions all throughout their lives.
Planting sidewalk gardens with volunteers from Friends of Urban Forest
Guadalupe Creek Cleaning on Feb 25 with ServiceNow Volunteers