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Ashoka Youth Venture

Ashoka’s Youth Venture is an international community of young changemakers. Youth Venture inspires and supports teams of young people to launch and lead their own “Ventures” -- community-benefiting initiatives, clubs, organizations and businesses. Youth Venture operates in 17 countries and online. Join the global community of changemakers with over 5,000 Venture Teams worldwide!


BasketBull provides the opportunity to play in competitive basketball events against teams from all over the country and world, while learning and experiencing the history of basketball.

Bizworld Foundation

BizWorld is a non-profit that inspires children to be innovative leaders through the teaching of business, entrepreneurship and finance. With the BizWorld Foundation’s programs, teachers help their students to develop the critical thinking, leadership and teamwork skills that allow them to become financially responsible and productive members of society. In addition to the U.S, BizWorld programs are currently available in the Netherlands, Korea, India and Singapore. The BizWorld Foundation was founded in 1997 by venture capitalist Tim Draper, who saw a need for inspiring entrepreneurship in children.

Cal Corps Public Services Center

Founded in 1967 by students, Cal Corps is the University of California, Berkeley’s Public Service Center. The Center partners with the community, student leaders and faculty to engage over 4,000 students each year as volunteers, and through jobs, internships, and courses. The Cal Corps Public Service Center connects ideas, resources, and people to act for social justice, build healthy communities, and foster life-long commitments to public service.

California YMCA Youth in Government

Guided by the organization’s motto “Democracy Must Be Learned By Each Generation,” California YMCA Youth & Government builds values-based leadership and civic engagement in California’s youth in order to strengthen participation in our democracy. We now engage over 3,000 middle school and high school youth each year from across the state in programs emphasizing civic involvement. The hands-on programs of California YMCA Youth & Government provide positive opportunities and experiences for youth.

Camp BizSmart

The 2013 Camp BizSmart Product Design & Business Plan Entrepreneurship Academy is a fun, intensive, two-week summer experience for ages 11 - 15. We develop skills that help prepare students to become the creators of the world's next great products and companies.


DoSomething.org is the country's largest not-for-profit for young people and social change. We have 1,983,687 members (and counting!) who kick ass on causes they care about. Bullying. Animal cruelty. Homelessness. Cancer. The list goes on. DoSomething.org spearheads national campaigns so 13- to 25-year-olds can make an impact - without ever needing money, an adult, or a car. Over 2.4 million people took action through DoSomething.org in 2012. Why? Because apathy sucks.

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FIRST Robotics (Pacific Northwest and Southern California)

FIRST Northwest Region oversees robotics teams in Oregon, Southern Washington, and Alaska. FIRST was founded in 1989 to inspire young people's interest and participation in science and technology. Headquartered in Manchester, NH, the 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit public charity designs accessible, innovative programs that motivate young people to pursue education and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math, while building self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills. FIRST was founded by Dean Kamen, an inventor, an entrepreneur, and a tireless advocate for science and technology.

Greening Forward

Greening Forward, formerly Recycling Education, began in the summer of 2008 when Charles Orgbon III was only 12 years old and entering the 7th grade. In response to seeing litter found all over his school campus, Charles created an interactive website called Recycling Education that addressed many environmental issues. Greening Forward establishes, engages, and empowers a diverse global green movement of people for the protection of the environment powered by young people.


Mobilize.org empowers and invests in Millennials to create and implement solutions to social problems. To date, Mobilize.org has convened 1,700 Millennials in person, and over 22,000 people online in 11 Summits, on issues ranging from the lack of financial literacy for our generation, the need to increase community college completion rates, and the challenges facing our returning Millennial veterans. Mobilize.org has invested over $200,000 in 57 Millennial-led projects.

NCWIT Aspirations in Computing

Aspirations in Computing is a talent development pipeline initiative of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT). The program is designed to increase female participation in technology careers by providing encouragement, visibility, community, leadership opportunities, scholarships, and internships to high-potential, technically inclined young women. Since 2007, NCWIT has inducted more than 2,200 young women into the Aspirations community.


The National Travel Basketball Association (NTBA) host tournaments across the country for boys and girls 3rd - 12th grade. NTBA's highly experience staff works hard to bring you the most organized events in the country. We believe in making all of our tournaments affordable while still providing the best sevice in the industry such as great team and individual awards, certified officials, great facilities, and much more!

SPARK Movement

SPARK is a girl-fueled activist movement to demand an end to the sexualization of women and girls in media. We're collaborating with hundreds of girls age 13-22 and more than 60 national organizations to reject the commodified, sexualized images of girls in media and support the development of girls' healthy sexuality and self-esteem. Spark has been featured in media outlets like 20/20, The New York Times, Good Morning America.


USBA is a basketball only organization. We all share a commitment to broadening opportunities for boys and girls who are interested in the game of basketball. We offer top quality tournaments, camps, and clinics nearly year-round with no hidden fees or excessive costs. Our main priority is to see that young men and women, in grades 3rd-12th, get a chance to play basketball in a highly competitive, rewarding, and positive environment.

United Way Youth Venture

Leaders within the United Way of North Central Massachusetts realized that we as a community were not meaningfully acting to help cultivate the next generation of leaders, volunteers, and philanthropists. Believing in the capacity of young people to create change, in 2002 the United Way partnered with Youth Venture, and later in 2005, with Mount Wachusett Community College. Young people involved in Youth Venture develop leadership skills, build confidence, provide countless services to their communities, and most importantly, are given the chance to make lasting positive change on others, as well as themselves. At the same time they learn how to confront problems and find creative solutions.