Celebrating the teachers and students who made an impact all year!

Thanks for a great year and for everything you did to make your communities and our world a better place! To celebrate, we held a virtual Best of 2021 event honoring the incredible impact students and teachers like you made this year, from delivering food to front-line workers to using music and theatre to uplift and connect. We heard some amazing stories and got inspired to make an even bigger impact next year! Check out our Best of 2021 yearbook, with even more examples of how teachers and students stepped up and made a difference!


Stay tuned for more exciting virtual events!

We’re hard at work planning a new series of virtual events for the 2021 – 2022 school year, focused on the issues that matter most to you and your students. From Professional Development sessions to build your teacher toolbox, to Global Classrooms to inspire your class to make a difference, you don’t want to miss a thing.

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Watch past events


WE Well-Being classroom lessons with a focus on SEL and building resiliency

On May 12 we hosted a free, virtual professional development event focused on ways you can help students build resiliency so they can thrive now and in the future. Watch now to learn more about our WE Well-being resources, centered on social and emotional learning, and get the tools to support your students and equip them with the skills they need most.


Promoting Gratitude, Resilience and Optimal Mental Well-Being

We hosted a free event April 28 for teachers and students, focused on mental well-being. Watch now and get everyday tools students can use to look after their own well-being and promote well-being for others in their school and community.


Creating and Maintaining Successful Service Clubs

On April 14, three educators from schools across America joined us to share their best practices for fostering a culture of service at their schools. Watch to learn how Christine Adame, Leigh Cambra and Anthony Rogers have continued to engage students in service and get them excited about it, even in this challenging year. Plus, get inspired with ideas for service projects you can also do with your class!


The Circular Economy, Sustainable Development Goals and Plastic Waste Reduction

Watch our March 24 event with your class to learn tangible ways they can take action together on key environmental topics like plastic waste reduction and the circular economy, and to learn about the Sustainable Development Goals. Plus, get inspired by hearing from other students and industry experts who have taken action!

WE Virtual Learning Center

The WE Virtual Learning Center is your free service-learning, trauma informed practice and well-being resource library! Access all you need to get started in supporting your students, from curriculum and lesson plans to professional development tools. Scroll down to find out on what’s included and register for access—it’s completely free, easy and takes two minutes!