2016 ASPEN CHALLENGE AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL


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2016 ASPEN CHALLENGE AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL


 
 

2016 ASPEN CHALLENGE
AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL:

Roberto Clemente Community Academy’s team Unify Chicago works to unify the divide between the neighborhoods of Chicago and abolish the stereotypes that hinder the city from functioning to its fullest potential.

Roald Amundsen High School’s team Starry Chicago designed a program that educates the community about the importance of preserving the night sky and that advocates for dark-sky friendly policies in order to mitigate the harmful effects of light pollution.

Lindblom Math and Science Academy's team MoneyLYFE (Leading Youth in Financial Education) acts as a bridge for youth to understand the banking world and conducts bank fairs, infomercials, and promotional activities to improve its community's financial decision-making processes. 

Paul Laurence Dunbar High School's team Local Fun Dealers initiated a "play movement," and focused on transforming traditionally negative urban areas into fun places for children to play. 

 

2015 ASPEN CHALLENGE TEAMS AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL


2015 ASPEN CHALLENGE TEAMS AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL


 

2015 ASPEN CHALLENGE
AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL:

Five high school teams from Denver, Los Angeles and Washington, DC present their winning solutions to issues faced by them in their communities: inequality, the California drought, access to nutritious food and violence.

 

2014 ASPEN CHALLENGE TEAMS AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL


2014 ASPEN CHALLENGE TEAMS AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL


 
 

2014 ASPEN CHALLENGE TEAMS AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL - DENVER AND LOS ANGELES

Winning school teams from Denver and Los Angeles share their inventive solutions to pressing problems.

 

2013 ASPEN CHALLENGE TEAMS AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL


2013 ASPEN CHALLENGE TEAMS AT ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL


 

2013 ASPEN CHALLENGE
IDEAS FESTIVAL - LOS ANGELES

Downtown Magnets High School O.C.E.A.N. LA This spring, 20 schools from across Los Angeles came together to present their solutions to some of the most pressing issues we face in our society. 

Westchester High School CultivATE This spring, 20 schools from across Los Angeles came together to present their solutions to some of the most pressing issues we face in our society. 

Taft High School Spreading Sprouts This spring, 20 schools from across Los Angeles came together to present their solutions to some of the most pressing issues we face in our society.

 
 

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