World Muse believes in the enormous potential of Generation Z to change the world.
World Muse created Muse Clubs to inspire and support teens as they address social change issues.
World Muse provides platforms and opportunities for young change-makers to be seen and heard by their community.
World Muse knows that when we cultivate and witness the passion and imagination of Generation Z, a better world is entirely possible.
Muse Clubs will be meeting virtually for the 2020-2021 school year. We have created a Muse Club online library of resources addressing racial injustice. Each month, we will meet virtually to discuss what we’ve learned and what actions we can take based on our new knowledge. All Muse Club members will also have the the opportunity to participate in our annual Seen & Heard Project and Muse Youth Summit. In addition, Muse Club Members are currently publishing an online magazine to feature the writings and artwork of local youth: www.teenmuse.com.
Any young change-maker who would like to join our Virtual Muse Club can sign our agreement form and/or email us at: email@example.com.Agreement Form