For the Spring 2015 Milton Wolf Prize competition, D.R. Hill Middle School students Heena Patel, Megan Stephens, Lily Kozub, Mitzi Herr researched a community problem - poverty - and how local organizations are addressing it.
For the Spring 2015 Milton Wolf Prize competition, D.R. Hill Middle School students Andrew Watson, Madison Stephens, Charla Gentry and Maddie Bridges researched a community problem and how local organizations are addressing it. For their project they chose the topic of unemployment.
For the Spring 2015 Milton Wolf Prize competition, Ashe County High School students Jonas Morrow and Jesse Latham, in West Jefferson, NC, tell us about the problem of drug use and about organizations in their community that are helping to address it. They made a Prezi to educate others about the problem so they could get involved in addressing this important issue.
Milton Wolf Prize students Laura Calhoun and Brittany Anderson submitted this project for the Spring 2015 Wolf Prize competition. They created a survey to find out what people in their community think is the most challenging problem in their area. It was poverty. In this video, they tell us about the organizations in their community that help address the needs of poor people.
Milton Wolf Prize students Adaijha Kwot and Brittany Green of North Charleston High School in Charleston, SC, created this project to educate their community members about how they can help address the problem of Poverty in Education.
Milton Wolf Prize students Kayla Glover, Porsha Thompson, Stacy Graham and Jasmine Ambrose from North Charleston High School in Charleston, SC, tell us about how people in their community are addressing the issue of labeling special needs individuals.