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Jessica Markowitz started raising money to help send Rwandan girls to school when she was just 11 years old. Credit: Lori Markowitz Amazing Kid: Jessica Markowitz Age: 15 Grade: 10th Home Town: Seattle School: Garfield High ...Jessica Markowitz started raising money to help send Rwandan girls to school when she was just 11 years old.
Olivia Bouler sits at her desk drawing birds to raise money for the Gulf of Mexico. Credit: Nadine Bouler Amazing Kid: Olivia Bouler Age: 11 Grade: 6th Home Town: Islip, N.Y. School: Islip Middle School, Islip, N.Y. ...Olivia Bouler, 11, turned her artistic talents into badly needed money to help care for the birds of the area after the Gulf oil spill disaster.
I Scientist film from Storymakers TV on Vimeo.If your fourth grader hasn't yet been published in a major scientific journal, sorry, but she's just been bested by a group of kids in the United Kingdom. Twenty-five kids between the ages of 8 ...Really young scientists have their work published in a prestigious British journal.
Amazing Kid Austin Gutwein has raised millions of dollars for charity, using his favorite sport to make a difference. Credit: Courtesy of Hoops of Hope Amazing Kid: Austin Gutwein Age: 16 Grade: 11th Home Town: Mesa, Ariz. ...He was inspired to action by the story of a little Zambian girl named Maggie who had lost both of her parents to AIDS.
Amazing Kid Brianna Cart sends care packages to soldiers serving overseas. Credit: Maryanne VanBurgerAmazing Kid: Brianna Cart Age: 16 Grade: 11th Home Town: Owego, N.Y. School: Homeschooled Favorite Ice Cream: Rainbow ...Brianna Cart sends care packages to soldiers serving overseas.
Kylie Kuhns is working to help make life a little brighter for children with cancer. Credit: Courtesy of Kylie Kuhns Amazing Kid: Kylie Kuhns Age: 13 Grade: 8th Home Town: Mifflinburg, Penn. School: Mifflinburg Area Middle ...This teen is helping kids with cancer conquer their fears.
Amazing Kids Garrett (l.) and Kyle (r.) Weiss spreading the gift of soccer near Gulu in Uganda. Credit: FUNDaFIELDAmazing Kid: Kyle Weiss Age: 18 Grade: 12th Home Town: Danville, Calif. School: Monta Vista High School, Danville, Calif. ...A trip to the Wold Cup in 2006 inspired the brothers to build soccer fields in Africa.
Amazing Kid Shannon McNamara empowers girls in Africa through education. Credit: Megan McNamaraAmazing Kid: Shannon McNamara Age: 17 Grade: 12th Home Town: Basking Ridge, N.J. School: Ridge High School, Basking Ridge, New Jersey ...Shannon McNamara empowers girls in Africa through education.
Amazing Kid Zach Bonner raised money for homeless kids this year by walking coast-to-coast. Credit: Laurie BonnerAmazing Kid: Zach Bonner Age: 13 Grade: 7th Home Town: Valrico, Fla. School: K12 Favorite Ice Cream: Mint Chocolate Chip ..."If you're a kid and you want to help, just do it -- take your idea and run with it," Zach says.
Neha Gupta visits with orphans in India. Credit: Vikas GuptaAmazing Kid: Neha Gupta Age: 14 Grade: 9th Home Town: Yardley, Penn. School: Pennsbury High School, Fairless Hills, Penn. Favorite Ice Cream: Mango Why Neha is Amazing: Neha ...Inspired by her grandparents, Neha started raising money for orphans and underprivileged children when she was just 9 years old.
Brigitte Berman, an anti-bullying advocate, is the youngest person ever to participate in a NASA mission. Credit: Ronald Dantowitz, Clay Center Observatory Amazing Kid: Brigitte Berman Age: 16 Grade: 11th Hometown: Dover, Mass. School: ...She's helping to stop bullying and taking part in NASA space missions. Oh, and she is just 16.
Amazing Kid Aitan Grossman teaching his music to kids in Botswana. Credit: Lauren GrossmanAmazing Kid: Aitan Grossman Age: 14 Grade: 8th Hometown: Palo Alto, Calif. School: The Nueva School, Hillsborough, Calif. Favorite Ice Cream: ...This California teen is working to save the Earth though song.
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Riley Goodfellow, 8, ate 25 dinners of rice and beans to help raise money provide clean water worldwide. Credit: Sarah GoodfellowWhen Riley Goodfellow took a trip to Guatemala with her parents last summer, she was struck by how many people ...
Keith Davis, 12, reporter, is on the case. Credit: Rocky Stuffelbeam, Star CourierDespite all the talk about the death of print journalism, some newspapers continue to thrive in the 21st century. One example is the Annawan Times in ...