WELCOME TO STUDY HALL!


Social Distancing is tough when all you want to do is go change the world! Are you isolated at home and looking to be inspired? Say no more… we got you!

 

Thirst Project is hosting STUDY HALL twice (2x) per week, to get our students meeting together, digitally!

 

STUDY HALL is a space where students can connect with one another, be inspired by the stories and things they hear, while also learning new skills and tactics to take back to their schools, clubs, and communities to continue to change the world.

Below is a schedule of our STUDY HALL Topics so you can stay up to date on what we will be chatting about, and when.


POWER OF YOUTH

DATE: March 31st

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/517711243

DESCRIPTION:  Let’s reflect on this past school year, to celebrate and highlight all of the amazing things our students have done for the water crisis. Come ready to talk about what you have done to help us end the water crisis this year!

ONLINE FUNDRAISING

DATE: April 2nd

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/629634116

DESCRIPTION:  Amidst the craziness of COVID-19, we know that clean water is the first line of defense when it comes to maintaining proper levels of health & sanitation. Come hear how you can continue to support Thirst Project using the WORLD WIDE WEB (internet)!

HOW TO TAKE ACTION WHILE STUCK AT HOME

DATE: April 7th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/604364287

DESCRIPTION:  Doing our part involves social distancing and spreading awareness to encourage others to stay put for the time being. Learn ways you can take action to help us END the water crisis while stuck inside.

WALK FOR WATER Q&A

DATE: April 9th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/910841343

DESCRIPTION: Walks for Water have been some of our BIGGEST events at Thirst Project. Hundreds of students around the world have planned them. We’d love to talk to some of the best who do GREAT walks to see what makes them so successful. 

LEAVE A LEGACY

DATE: April 14th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/457443165

DESCRIPTION: Our school year has COMPLETELY changed. Let’s talk about how we can keep Thirst Project going at your school and in your community, even if you’re a graduating senior. Now is the TIME to find the next leader for Thirst Project at your school!

SUSTAINABILITY IS KEY

DATE: April 16th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/846545741

DESCRIPTION: You put all this effort into starting a club, or an awesome event at your school. However, the impact of your work is far greater when you think about how it can SUSTAIN! . We’re going to talk about Sustainability in our world, and the importance of sustaining our school clubs, initiatives, and water projects in the field.

LEADERSHIP THROUGH GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP

DATE: April 21st

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/537004958

DESCRIPTION: How have you grown as a leader with Thirst Project? How has Thirst Project pushed you outside of your comfort zone? Come hear from other students about the formative experience of getting involved with Thirst Project.

STORIES FROM THE FIELD

DATE: April 23rd

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/235536559

DESCRIPTION: Come listen to Thirst Project staff members, student leaders and special guests as they discuss stories from their travels into the field, to see the impact of the water crisis firsthand in eSwatini, Uganda and El Salvador. 

MARKETING WITH THIRST PROJECT

DATE: April 28th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/202176837

DESCRIPTION: How can we effectively tell others about the water crisis today? Come hear from our resident Marketing and Social Media experts! Shoutout Shaelle Etienne, Savi Nasiri & Luke Romick!

STAFF Q&A

DATE: April 30th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/367113362

DESCRIPTION: Come with ALL of your questions for Thirst Project Staff! No question is too crazy 😜  There may even be a special surprise guest here as well! 

 

CREATIVITY IS KEY

DATE: May 5th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/83137455153

DESCRIPTION: Come discuss the craziest, wildest, and most unique fundraisers 💰 for Thirst Project that we’ve ever seen. If you haven’t run a fundraiser before, this is the perfect opportunity to brainstorm new ideas to get creative at your school and in your community.

THIRST PROJECT INTERNATIONAL

DATE: May 7th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/82100925511

DESCRIPTION: Thirst Project is a GLOBAL 🌎 movement. While we’re based in Los Angeles, we have students around the world who support us. Come meet and talk to other Thirst Project student and club leaders from around the world.

SPECIAL GUEST Q&A

DATE: May 12th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/82820862132

DESCRIPTION: Come meet a surprise Thirst Project 💧 guest! As always – bring questions and tons of energy!

MEET OUR WATER PROJECT STAFF

DATE: May 14th

TIME: 9am PST/12pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/83020139496

DESCRIPTION: We have some pretty incredible people who help build all of our water projects. Come meet one of our Country Directors and learn from some of the best!

HISTORY LESSON: RACISM

DATE: June 18th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85713552219

DESCRIPTION: Racism & Police brutality have plagued our black brothers & sisters since the inception of our nation, but many Americans are just now waking up to this fact. Come learn about the history of racism in America with our team.

RACISM: OPEN DISCUSSION

DATE: June 23rd

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86596435274

DESCRIPTION: This discussion is a space for you to discuss your past experiences with racism in addition to how you are handling racial injustice in your local communities after our history lesson. Come ready to listen, learn and lead. ⠀

RACISM: ACTION STEPS

DATE: June 25th

TIME: 12pm PST/3pm EST

ZOOM LINK: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87906964667

DESCRIPTION: After our two previous discussions, together, we want to brainstorm tangible action steps for students to make a difference in their local community. Our hope is that you will leave with a rejuvenated sense of confidence and knowledge to destroy systemic racism every day.