Which organisations, companies, community groups, etc support and encourage embracing both arts/humanities AND STEM (especially technology)? [more inside]
You're a young person, in your 20s or so, and you've noticed that quite a few of your similarly-aged peers & friends are in desperate need of care due to major mental and emotional health challenges - which are taking a toll on everything else. However, support services for this group are lacking. What could you learn or train in to be able to be a better source of support and care for your peer community? [more inside]
What are some good travel guide websites that aren't so Western-centric and don't treat other countries like exotic sights to gawk at? [more inside]
If you had one year to dedicate yourself to researching how young people's passions and interests can be supported and encouraged, what would you do? Bonus points for Montreal-related responses. [more inside]
Cultural diversity, youth, and the arts/creative industries - where do I start looking for resources? [more inside]
If you were writing a book/essay about the motivations of over-ambitious young people, where would you look for research? [more inside]
My blog is getting some significant attention and I'd like to make it more useful. How do I do so? [more inside]
I've read "The Dangerous Book for Boys" and I generally love those kind of books (information about anything with guides on doing stuff). What other books are out there that are in a similar vein? I'm a 21-year-old girl but would rather not have a "girly" book.
As a young person, how do I invest in youth projects? [more inside]
How do I start a fund or foundation? [more inside]
Running a youth hostel: what does it take? [more inside]
In about a month I will return from one of the greatest experiences of my life - a multicultural travelling creative extravaganza.
Then what? [more inside]