Teams Named to Project Ignition: Leading Change in Teen Driving Behavior


Sixteen teams have been selected from throughout the United States as a leader in teen driver safety by Project Ignition— a service-learning teen driver safety program in partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and coordinated by the National Youth Leadership Council® Each team will receive a $1,000 grant to implement a safe driving … Continue reading Teams Named to Project Ignition: Leading Change in Teen Driving Behavior

Service-Learning October Digest


Fall is here and school is back in session. That means service-learning is off and running in classrooms and afterschool programs across the world. Check out some of the great happenings from the past month. Got a program you want to share? Send us an email at nylcweb@nylc.org! Service Learning Day part of larger focus … Continue reading Service-Learning October Digest

Cultural Immersion: A Reflection


By: Omar Abu-Atieh, student at Century College It’s 4:30am, I feel so alive that I don’t feel tired anymore, All I hear is birds chirping, The cool breeze hits my body and sends chills through my veins, Goosebumps make the hairs on my arm stand tall, I prostrate to my lord, Crying, Prostrating longer than I’m … Continue reading Cultural Immersion: A Reflection

Why Attend, Developing Young Leaders at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum Minneapolis?


By Fatumo Mohamed, NYLC intern The Nobel Peace Prize Forum is one the most enlightening experiences that both teens and adults can partake in. Every year, young leaders gather to learn about changing the world from the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates. By learning about the laureates, they take inspiration and create their own service learning project. … Continue reading Why Attend, Developing Young Leaders at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum Minneapolis?