Congratulations to our 2011-2012 GC Students,
Teachers, and Mentors
Read about our S12 Civics Day Winner Descriptions Final from all three cities!
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High School Change Makers Top Prize: Met Justice for their project on Homelessness (led by Ms. Gough and Carmen from Brown University)
Middle School Change Makers Top Prize: Roger Williams for their project on Teen Pregnancy (led by Ms. Cappalli and Elena and Evan from Brown University)
Click here to read a speech given by our Brown University College Coordinator, Elena Maker, at a recent GC event after Providence Civics Day celebrating Mayor Taveras and our Board Chair, Mary Vascellaro. Elena, having worked with Generation Citizen for three years, has an amazing track-record of commitment to civic education and especially to her students. Her words are a powerful testament to the impact of our amazing Mentors.
Middle School Change Makers Top Prize: McKinney Middle School for the Arts for their project on reducing school dropouts (led by Ms. Reynolds and Claire from NYU)
High School Change Makers Top Prize: Concord High School for their project on preparation for post-graduation (led by Mr. Ladner and Audriana from Wagner)
Change Makers Top Prizes:
Malden High School, Ms. Enoksen Period 4 for their project on student government (led by Ms. Enoksen and Monica from Northeastern University)
Boston Arts Academy for their project on funding for the arts (led by Mr. Bobrow and Sarah and Emily from Boston College)
and click here to Meet a Mentor, Teacher and Student working at Another Course to College