Preparing youth to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Preparing youth to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Thriving Youth in a Digital World

Digital Well-Being Resources

Developed alongside our partners, this new website has grab-and-go activities created in partnership with young people and can be used by educators or OST providers who are ready to get started in supporting young people’s digital well-being.

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Grant Partners

Tech and Society
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Beam Center

Beam Center is training and empowering two diverse cohorts of young people to conduct their own research on the topic of Healthy Digital Futures.

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Tech and Society
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Spy Hop Productions

Spy Hop's youth-led participatory research, design, and media project engages 400+ Utah youth in challenges, podcasts, and data storytelling to foster digital mindfulness and collective resilience.

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Youth Sports
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Aspen Institute Project Play

Project Play explores how youth sports can promote the development of social and emotional skills.

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All Programs and Grants

Exchange Philosophy

Traditional philanthropy creates unequal power dynamics between grantmakers and nonprofits. We address this inequality by working in true partnership with the organizations we support.

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Blog

Creating Connections in Chicago

After years of virtual gatherings, we are energized after being able to convene not one but two Challenge cohorts in-person in Chicago! Convenings built around creating connections, sharing learnings, challenges and best practices with peers are …

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SEL: Pause, Celebrate, Imagine

This year on International Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Day, we wanted to take the opportunity to celebrate how far this field has come and to envision what the future of this field could be. Our mission …

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Read Susan Crown’s 2022 Chairman’s Letter

SCE’s mission to prepare youth to thrive in a rapidly changing world has taken on greater urgency. Our reliance on devices to connect personally, professionally, and educationally means we need to re-examine our relationship with technology to support our collective well-being.

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