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Peace Jam is an international education program built around leading Nobel Peace Laureates who work personally with youth to pass on the spirit, skills, and wisdom they embody.
On average, participants increased their reading scores on standardized tests by one grade level after just two weeks of camp.
The Global Call to Action Challenge, which encourages young people to document their service learning projects and achievements, is part of Peace Jam’s international mission of promoting the creation and implementation of one billion local service projects that extend the work of leading Nobel Peace Laureates including Leymah Gbowee, Jody Williams, the Dalai Lama, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The prizes have included bicycles, skateboards and Kindle ebook readers.
Contests often culminate in events such as a Halloween Masquerade Ball.
In the summer of 2012, Youth United ran a free intensive reading summer day camp called Reading Is Magic.
Using game play and other innovative techniques, the student volunteers made a measurable difference in the abilities of the younger children who attended the camp.
Hooked on Books began in 2011 as a project of students at the Santa Fe School for Arts and Sciences.
Inspired by their teacher, Rayna Dineen, and a trip to India to visit a model literacy program there, the students began organizing monthly reading contests in Santa Fe elementary schools.
The strategy of the Youth United activists is to offer incentives to get kids to start reading, confident that it will then become a lifelong habit.