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Headquartered in Los Angeles, California and Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Dream Project is a grade 6-12 educational program that empowers students to discover and invent solutions to the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

Our mission is to inspire students, teachers, and parents to see themselves and relate to one another as leaders that embody global responsibility, compassion, and a desire to create a world that works for everyone.

The Dream Project is committed to bridging cultures and connecting youth by utilizing media, arts and technology within a curriculum that uses the United Nations Millennium Development Goals as a problem solving and empowerment platform. Download the MDG Progress Report

Testimonials

"Through out my journey in the dream project I learned a lot about things. I also learned to appreciate all of the things I have because some kids don’t ever get the chance to go into a classroom or visit the doctor. I also learned that we need to work together so that we are able to solve global warming and help the environment because we only have one home and that is earth we have done many things and projects including last year on earth day we helped plant some trees in a park. I think that kids at home can also get involved in projects of their own. We also collected school supplies and gave them kids who really needed them in our town. One of our motto's is think globally act locally and we go by that because when you do some thing little it can turn out to something really big and you can also inspire other people to help out."

Karla C. - 8th Grade student
Nimitz Middle School, Los Angeles


"Well, there's a lot I would like to say about the dream project, but there are some things that have really made me think about the world we live in today. First, the Dream Project has really opened my eyes to the issues the world has. Like poverty and that young children under the age of five die of cancer and different illnesses.The Dream Project has also made me realize that the Earth is in danger due to global warming. I know that some people think that teenagers like my self don't ave anything to say about these issues, but we do. These issues affects us just as much as it affects anybody else and the mistakes we make now will affect us, the kids in the future. In my opinion i think that's why the Dream Project was made, so that kids can speak their mind and let them come up with new ideas that might make the world a better place to live in. That's what the Dream Project has tought me. Thank You!"

Michael H. - 8th Grade student
Nimitz Middle School, Los Angeles


"The Dream Project was a one of a kind experience. The Dream Project made me realize that even the most common things we use can be hard to find in other countries. For example, here in America clean water is as simple as turning a faucet, but in other countries having clean water can be the most difficult thing to find. I thought the Dream Project was a clever idea because it gives kids a chance to make a difference in the world and make them believe that anything is possible. In conclusion the Dream Project was an unforgettable and fun experience."

Uriel A. - 8th Grade student
Nimitz Middle School, Los Angeles



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