We're changing that.
"When I was 12 years old, I cared more about how to make ethanol and methanol than how to shoot a basketball. At that age, I wish I could have reached out to someone relatively close to my age for guidance and mentorship. We live in a world that is run by adults. Maybe all we need is for a few kids out there to stand up and say that they are crazy enough to think they can make a positive change in this world. It will not take a genius to build a better future, but rather, a valiant effort from us all."
-Param Jaggi | 20 years old
CEO (Chief Environmental Officer)
"Kindergarteners should work at NASA. Okay, don’t take this too literally, not all NASA employees should be kindergarteners (especially astronauts) and probably not all kindergarteners should be NASA rocket scientists. But hear me out: kindergarteners have an amazing gift of unbounded thought. Their un-expertise in rocket science is what enables their creativity. Being uninformed is not just being uninformed of what is possible, but also uniformed of what isn’t."
-Jonny Cohen | 19 years old