How can educators prepare young people to navigate an increasingly connected world? How can the digital natives of today create a vibrant society for tomorrow? And how can society foster connection instead of division in the Digital Age?

The Susan Crown Exchange (SCE) is excited to announce a brand new program area that seeks to answer these questions—and more—by exploring individual and collective well-being in the Digital Age.

As part of this new program, SCE is launching a Tech and Society Challenge: “Youth Voice in the Digital Age.” SCE will award grants of $50,000 to $250,000 per year for up to two years to programs, initiatives, or campaigns that address the following question: How can young people inspire their peers to use technology in healthy ways and make digital spaces better for everyone? Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the deadline of 5:00 PM Central Time on January 31, 2020.

Visit the SCE website to learn more about this opportunity and submit a letter of inquiry.