Our Partners

Teens Dream, a project of the Global Co Lab Network, partners with a lot of organizations as it is a connector for teens globally to engage for action on the SDGS.  Here are just a few of our partners:

Teach SDGs

Teach SDGs connects with global educators dedicated to responding to a call to action within education to meet the Sustainable Development Goals. They point to open and accessible resources, lessons plans, and global projects such as Teens Dream.

Turkish American Television (TATV)

Award-winning TATV programs are aired throughout the Washington D.C. metropolitan area cable televisions. The production facilities are provided by Fairfax Public Access (FPA) in Fairfax, Virginia. TATV’s dedicated volunteer staff has been supporting the Global Co Lab Network and its project Teens Dream.

Arlington Independent Media (AIM)

Arlington Independent Media (AIM) is a nonprofit membership organization and community media center in Arlington, Virginia that among its many education projects airs shows highlighting the impact Youth can have in the world, including those working with Teens Dream.

LearnServe International

LearnServe International equips high school students from diverse backgrounds with the entrepreneurial vision, tenacity, confidence, and leadership skills needed to tackle social challenges at home and abroad and has been a long time supporter of Teens Dream.

Momentum Films

Momentum Films is an initiative dedicated to creating promotional films for local non-profits, and documenting issues concerning Arlington County. Momentum films is a student lead film company that created our 2015 promo video!

Arlington Student Film Fest

Arlington Student Film Fest invites K-12 students from all over Arlington Virginia to enter their original short films of any genre and was an early supporter of Teens Dream.

TedX Teen

The Teens Dream Co Lab organized a watch party in Washington, DC of 2016TEDXTEEN which was hosted in London by the We Are Family Foundation!