Across the United States, Middle Schools, High Schools and Colleges have risen to the challenge of ending the global water crisis. Want to get your school involved in the fight for water as a human right? Find out more below!

School Tours

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  • Alabama
    • Alabama School of Math and Science (Mobile, AL)
    • HOBY Advanced Leadership Academy (Talladega, AL)
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
    • Arizona State University, Tempe (Tempe, AZ)
    • Embry-Riddle (Prescott, AZ)
    • Independence High School (Glendale, AZ)
    • Sabino Community Meeting
    • Sabino High School
    • Sedona Red Rock High School (Sedona, AZ)
    • University of Arizona (Tuscon, AZ)
    • NAWD Conference (Student Council) (Phoenix, AZ)
  • Arkansas
  • California
    • Aveda - Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
    • Aveson Global Leadership Academy (Altadena, CA)
    • Aveson School of Leaders (Altadena, CA)
    • Bresee Youth Center (Los Angeles, CA)
    • Burbank Middle School (Los Angeles, CA)
    • California State University, Northridge (Northridge, CA)
    • Cathedral City High School (Palm Springs, CA)
    • Colonie Central High School – (Key Club) (Los Angeles, CA)
    • El Rancho High School (Los Angeles, CA)
    • Enterprise High School (Redding, CA)
    • Holy Trinity School (San Pedro, CA)
    • John Burroughs High School (Burbank, CA)
    • Lincoln High School (Los Angeles, CA)
    • Madera South High School (Madera, CA)
    • Mira Loma High School (Sacramento, CA)
    • Parsons Junior High School (Redding, CA)
    • RFK Community High School (Los Angeles, CA)
    • Rio Vista Elementary School (Anaheim, CA)
    • St. Lucy’s Priory High School (Glendora, CA)
    • Union Mine High School (El Dorado, CA)
    • University of California – Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
    • University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA)
    • Valley View Elementary School (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Colorado
    • University of Northern Colorado (Greeley, CO)
    • Colorado's Finest Alternative High School (Denver, CO)
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
    • University of Florida (Gainesville, FL)
    • Cooper City High School (Cooper City, FL)
    • Cape Coral High School (Cape Coral, FL)
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
    • Whitney M. Young High School (Chicago, IL)
    • Naperville North High School (Naperville, IL)
    • McHenry East High School (Chicago, IL)
    • Illinois Fall Rally (Key Club) (Chicago, IL)
    • Hinsdale Central High School (Hinsdale, IL)
    • Carmel High School (Carmel, IN)
  • Indiana
    • Whiteland High School (Whiteland, IN)
    • Wabash College (Crawfordsville, IN)
    • Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN)
    • Pleasant Run Elementary School (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Perry Meridian High School (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Marion University (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Lebanon High School (Lebanon, IN)
    • Indiana Wesleyan University (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Indiana University Northwest (Gary, IN)
    • Indiana University (Bloomington, IN)
    • Immaculate Heart of Mary School (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Franklin High School (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Franklin Central Middle School (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Franklin Central High School (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Butler University (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory Academy (Indianapolis, IN)
    • Batesville High School (Batesville, IN)
    • Ben Davis High School (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
    • Maize Elementary School (Wichita, KS)
  • Kentucky
    • Bellarmine University (Louisville, KY)
    • Maize High School (Wichita, KS)
    • Woodford County School (Lexington, KY)
    • University of Kentucky (Lexington, KY)
    • Oldham County Middle School (La Grange, KY)
    • NRES University of Kentucky (Lexington, KY)
    • North Hardin High School (Radcliff, KY)
    • NESTM – High School (Lexington, KY)
    • East Oldham Middle School (Crestwood, KY)
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
    • Portland High School (Portland, ME)
    • Deering High School (Portland, ME)
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
    • Centennial High School Las Vegas (Las Vegas, NV)
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
    • Hills High School (Oakland, New Jersey)
  • New Mexico
  • New York
    • West Islip High School (New York, NY)
    • Westhampton Beach High School (New York, NY)
    • Olean High School (Olean, NY)
    • The Academy NYC – PM (New York, NY)
    • New York Key Club Board Meeting (Albany, NY)
    • Mott Hall V Academy (Bronx, NY)
    • Kiwanis Directors Meeting (NYC) (New York, NY)
    • Columbia University (New York, NY)
    • Circle K (New York)–NYU (New York, NY)
    • Canandaigua High School (Canandaigua, NY)
    • Binghamton University (Binghamton, NY)
    • Bedford Stuyvesant Collegiate (Brooklyn, NY)
  • North Carolina
    • Northwest Halifax High School (Littleton, NC)
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
    • Wogaman Middle School (Dayton, OH)
    • Valley View High School (German, OH)
    • Primary Village South (Centerville, OH)
    • Oak Hill High School (Oak Hill, OH)
    • Miami University of Ohio (Oxford, OH)
    • Denison University (Lebanon, OH)
    • Cincinnati State Technical and Community College (Cincinnati, OH)
    • Bright Beginnings (Beavercreek, OH)
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
    • Seaside Convention Center (Salem, OR)
    • Sam Barlow High School (Gresham, OR)
    • Roosevelt High School (Portland, OR)
    • Phoenix High School (Phoenix, OR)
    • Oregon Associate of Student Councils Conference (Portland, OR)
    • Myrtle Point High School (Myrtle Point, OR)
    • Lorna Byrne Middle School (Cave Junction, OR)
    • Heppner Junior High School (Heppner, OR)
    • Gresham High School (Gresham, OR)
    • Conestoga Middle School (Beaverton, OR)
    • Century High School (Hillsboro, OR)
    • Central Linn High School (Halsey, OR)
    • Brown Middle School (Portland, OR)
    • Brookings Harbor High School (Brookings, OR)
    • Bridger School (Portland, OR)
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
    • Westwood High School (Austin, TX)
    • University of Texas, Arlington (Arlington, TX)
    • UT Administrative Systems (Austin, TX)
    • Sterling High School (Houston, TX)
    • Rawson Saunders Middle School (Austin, TX)
    • HSPVA (Houston, TX)
    • Hillcrest High School (Austin, TX)
    • Frisco Christian Church (Frisco, TX)
    • Allen High School (Allen, TX)
  • Utah
    • Park City High School (Park City, Utah)
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
    • University of Washington (Seattle, WA)
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

2017-2018 SCHOOL

Fall Semester: September 4th – November 10th

Spring Semester: February 5th – April 13th


Spring 2018 Bookings NOW OPEN

  • Monday, 2/5 – Friday, 2/9: SoCal, Central Valley CA, West Virginia
  • Monday, 2/12 – Friday, 2/16: Las Vegas NV area, Bay Area CA, MD / DC area
  • Monday, 2/19 – Friday, 2/23: Iowa, Portland OR area, New Jersey
  • Monday, 2/26 – Friday, 3/2: Wisconsin, Seattle WA area, Virginia
  • Monday, 3/5 – Friday, 3/9: Illinois, Salt Lake City UT area, North Carolina
  • Monday, 3/12 – Friday, 3/16: Indiana, Denver, CO area, South Carolina, Florida
  • Monday, 3/19 – Friday, 3/23: Ohio, Kansas City MO area, Florida
  • Monday, 3/26 – Friday, 3/30: NYC area, NOLA LA area, Georgia
  • Monday, 4/2 – Friday, 4/6: MA / ME area, San Antonio TX area, Alabama
  • Monday, 4/9 – Friday, 4/13: Pennsylvania, Tuscon AZ area, Mississippi

Email to bring us to your school! Availability on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Thirst Project travels the country doing crazy cool things on school campuses nationwide, educating young people about the water crisis and then challenging them do something about it!

Interested in bringing us to your school? We travel the country speaking to students just like you! Reach out to us at today!

School Clubs


We have THOUSANDS of students across the country that are starting, leading, and joining Thirst Project clubs. Thirst Project clubs exist to educate their student body on the realities of the water crisis, with the ultimate goal of activating the entire school to help us end the global water crisis. Through presentations, events, activities, campaigns, and fundraisers, Thirst Project clubs are the driving force behind our army of students who help us build wells.


This Thirst Project Club Starter Kit is the blueprint for success if you want to start a Thirst Project Club at your local school. Find out EVERYTHING you need to know in terms of starting a club, working with your administration, recruiting students, planning fundraisers, participating in campaigns, and so much more!


Steps toward starting a Thirst Project Club…

  • Find two or three friends who understand our mission, and are ready to help change the world
  • Work with the Thirst Project home office and Administrations to get your club officialy registered.
  • Take your new and official club status, and reach your campus through recruiting, events, campaigns, and fundraisers!


Fundraise for clean water!

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are SO many ways to get involved with Thirst Project! Text "THIRST" to 97779 to join our family!
Email for more information!
Contact Tracie Mae at! She'll get you in touch with an awesome Thirst Project representative!

Thirst Project Curriculum


Actively working on awesome downloadable assets for the classroom
if you are really interested, you can email us.