To Reach a Younger Audience… QUESTion Goes to Elementary School!

By |May 23rd, 2016|Categories: News|

We recently reached our youngest group of QUESTioners, ever! And what we found couldn’t be more eye-opening.

When we were first asked to engage a room full of seventy 5th graders at Bronx Charter School for Better Learning, we […]

Student Ambassadors Lead Inspiring Workshop At Global Kids

By |May 3rd, 2016|Categories: News|

Five of our star QUESTion Student Ambassadors came together last week to facilitate a 3-hour workshop for their peers at Global Kids, a nonprofit organization that provides global education and leadership development programs for NYC-based youth.

This was one of […]

Student Ambassadors Take QUESTion Out of the Classroom

By |March 21st, 2016|Categories: News|

As our QUESTion alumni family grows, so do our program offerings. We’ve launched our first-ever afterschool QUESTion Ambassador Program for students who have taken the Course and wish to stay involved. Their voices are reaching beyond the classroom as […]

Second QUESTion CO-Creative Lab Sparks Curiosity at Florida State University

By |December 17th, 2014|Categories: News, QUESTion|

We just completed our second Co-Creative Lab at Florida State University. This lab was entirely co-led by two of our student facilitators, Josh Mesnik and Zach Kaye. It provided a structured forum for all the participants to explore […]

Graduate Students Get a Taste of The QUESTion Project at a Daylong Summit

By |November 21st, 2014|Categories: News, QUESTion|

At Eastern Mennonite Graduate School this November, we explored what it would take to make the QUESTion Project available to graduate students.
In this 6-hour co-creative session, titled the QUESTion Summit for Social Change and Conflict Transformation, […]


By |November 14th, 2014|Categories: News, QUESTion|

Our team facilitated QUESTion workshops at Pace University’s lower Manhattan campus. These were done with students enrolled in undergraduate environmental science courses taught by adjunct professor Lee Frankel-Goldwater. The workshops were met with enthusiasm and […]