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A day students and industry came together to celebrate student voice and digital leadership in social media. At this year's pre-event, we celebrated with a beach BBQ and filmed a music video with musician Lisa Heller. 

The next day, 100 students, educators and industry descended on Twitter HQ in SF where the students shared their stories of success and how they made #Digital4Good happen at their schools.

Below you can see their videos, hear their stories and see how you could be inspired to do #Digital4Good at your school. 

Join us #Digital4Good 2018


Meet Our 2017 Winners

Students are nominated by their peers and selected by a panel of educators and industry. 


Cody Kraft

Cody submitted a Donors Choose grant that was funded by @biz for the #BestSchoolDay event! His resourcefullness alllowed for the purchase of Speros robotic tools to enhance learning coding for all of Excelsior's technology students. 

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Bailey wilcox

Bailed used social media to spread positivity by promoting the #ryanstrong movement when her brother, Ryan, was diagnosed with cancer. Ever after he lost his battle, she continued to provide comfort to the Grossmont HS community through #ryanstrong.  

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Samantha Lucero

Sam founded Chino Hill's philanthropy club and regulary posts inspirational messages to inspire other to work hard and to stay positive. She also uses social media to create awareness of teen dating violence. 


Astrid maunsbach

Entering a contest sponsored by IKEA, Astrid filmed a video about the benefits of rechargeable batteries. Through using social media, the video was viewed hundreds of times, earning her a 6th place award in her nation of Sweden. 


Nina Nguyen

In her student leadership role as commissioner of Social Media, nina posts creative videos, news and events on Twitter and Instagram accounts to keep students informed. Her messages have also helped to raise thousands of dolloars for charities. 


Tony Salazar

As a visionary, Tony was a cofounder of "Humans of Exeter" and "Monarch Nation", social media platforms that promote the many positive ways Exeter students and staff help others and pay it forward. 


Karah Hopgood

Karah created a "Humans of Boucherie" Intagram page, posting personal stroies shared by numerous students and staff. Reaching out in this way has notably helped to develop empathy within Mount Boucherie school's walls. 


Maxwell Surprenant

Maxwell leads Catching Joy, Inc., which promotes volunteerism in youth. His short film won Honorable Mention in the 2015 White House Film Festival. he also serves as Scholastic Kid Reporter. 


Maeve repking

After developing health issues from food allergies, Maeve created a website for others with dietary restrictions. She shares her love of baking on her wesite, called "Baker Delights: Gluten and Dairy Free Desserts Made From Scratch."


Samantha Bisbee

Samantha created "Twitter Love Blast", a unique Twitter campaign to promote kindness. Following a school-wide announcement, Patriot High student simultaneously tweeted positive messages through social media using #ICANHELP and #warriorkindness. 


Mitch fisher

Mitch is a motivaitonal entrepreneur. He spreads his positive messages through numerous pursuits including "spirit covers", a promotional line of cell phone covers and spirit wear and "@ginwshipyard", a Twitter account he created for Northwest High School. 

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Alexa negrete, Allison Kim, and Mia Moran

After founding Bristow Compliments during middle school, Alexa and Allison mentored Mia to follow in their footsteps when it was time for them to move into high school. Mia's work allows students to continue to benefit form the poistivity shared on this page.