Vision in Action
Over the past few years, Center for Tomorrow's Leaders has hosted over 200 projects to address real needs in schools and communities across the state. CTL believes that students can activate change when they move from idea to impact. We are grateful for the support of CTL community mentors who assist in the project market research and implementation process. Students have several milestones throughout the school year to share their projects with a wider audience at the school and community level.
Below are standout projects from both our Ambassadors & Fellows high school programs throughout the years.
We, the youthful, will help our Kupuna live comfortable lives through collecting community donations.
We intend on visiting different elementary schools in order to educate students in hopes to encourage a positive change, through short films that also relate to school standards.
We want to bring Hawaii’s kupuna back into the community by educating them on technology in order to end social isolation.
Creating the foundation for future spirit weeks and activities centered around school pride, starting with a week-long event at Pahoa High School.
We are determined to secure the prosperity of our country and state by ensuring that all opinions are heard and the art of civic discussion is not lost.
Our project is about raising teacher and educator pay, and overall improving the lives and appreciation for teachers.
Hosting biweekly workshops and sessions with the incoming freshmen to discuss life in high school and build relationships.
Soliciting donations to stock an on-campus “store” to remove the stigma of financial insecurity by allowing purchases through a point system. The store will be run by special needs students as skills training.
As Chargers, we see a future without the stigmas surrounding mental health. We are hosing a family fun day for families to address the topic of mental health in a comfortable, fun environment.
H20 Innovation seeks to open a dialogue in the DOE about how to reduce water usage in schools across the state.