The mission of Project VOYCE is to make student voice real in school renewal to improve student learning and achievement through leadership development, action research and youth-adult partnerships. Since 2006, Project VOYCE has developed a powerful model for youth-driven school change and education policy advocacy.
“I used to be a statistic. As a freshman, I had no credits, no home, and no hope. Through Project VOYCE, I have learned skills that not only helped me grow and be successful, but also help others at my school.” Destiny Carney, 2013 DC-21 High School Graduate (2013)
“The best and most relevant piece of professional development I’ve ever been to.” Alisa Fox, Teach For America Teacher, on PV training 1/26/2013
“The best thing I have learned in 20 years of teaching math to improve my teaching is what I have learned from Project VOYCE.” Taylor Betz, Bruce Randolph School teacher; runner-up for best teacher in the United States (The President’s Award); 4-time winner of highest academic growth award at Bruce Randolph.
Project VOYCE offers BIG THANKS to The Piton Foundation, The Daniels Fund, The Anschutz Foundation, Mile High United Way,Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation, US Bank, Mabel Y. Hughes Charitable Trust, Virginia W. Hill Foundation, Adolfson and Peterson Construction, Barker Rinker Seacat Architects, and Revolution Foods for their recent support of our work! To see our complete list of funders/ sponsors visit Our Sponsor page
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