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Welcome to The FLI Home Page!

The mission of The Future Leaders Institute (FLI) is to engage high school and college students in generating and implementing visionary solutions for society. FLI guides and mentors youth across the San Francisco Bay Area as they develop individual initiatives and employ social entrepreneurship in the face of the world’s most pressing needs.

Students Moving Passions to Actions
Supporting Youth Victims of Domestic Violence

Supporting Youth Victims of Domestic Violence

Christine Jacome from Gateway is concerned about the negative impact of domestic violence. As she engages in her research of community-based organizations, she is learning that domestic violence affects so many facets of society. She plans ...

Creating a Legacy for Unknown Heroes

Creating a Legacy for Unknown Heroes

Narda & Vanessa are seniors at Skyline High School who are passionate about art. At the Declare 2011 event they connected with students and alumni at other schools who share the same passion. Together they created ...

Addressing Immigrant Rights Issues

Addressing Immigrant Rights Issues

Fatima Zelanda, Francesca Marinez, and Shemuel Ong from Gateway High School recognize the equity divide between citizens and immigrants in the United States. As they explore immigration and economic justice, they plan to address issues facing ...

Peer Support Against Drugs and Alcohol

Peer Support Against Drugs and Alcohol

Jacqualyn Black from Skyline High School has seen the negative impacts of addiction in her community. She aims to raise awareness about the negative impacts of drugs and alcohol through educational workshops to address this issue ...

Award Winning Projects
Award Winning Projects

On February 23, 2011, Dylan Moore from ACLC held a forum for Measure A, the parcel tax designed to help school funding in Alameda.  Dylan won the Collaborator Award in 2011 for calling together school board officials and more than 40 people from all sides of the issue.  Dylan wants to create a legacy of open-communication and well-supported schools.

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