IYF Blog

No One Should Have to Walk 3 Hours To Access Education

"Being born and raised in poverty with a future bound to end in the Gulf states as a laborer, I ended the cycle of all my family finding jobs abroad by going to school."

What Education Means to 4 High School Students in Louisiana

What's it like to be a teenager in school in Louisiana?

What It Means to Put Girls First So They Can Live Their Rights

"For too long, girls have come last in the hierarchy of who gets attention and whose needs are addressed," says Christen Brandt.

With McDonald's, We're Bringing Youth Opportunity to D.C. Metro Area

The Youth Opportunity initiative, piloted in Chicago, comes to D.C. and Maryland.

Meet 2 Young Social Entrepreneurs Driving Change from Inside Government

Jessica and Francisco each started successful social ventures but have transitioned to roles at different levels of government in Peru and Spain, respectively.