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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
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 ...

Building Support for Healthy Living

Building Support for Healthy Living

Austin Chao from Skyline High School believes that young people do not understand the true impact that diet has on their health. He also feels the fast food industry needs to be exposed for questionable practices. ...

Inspiring Pledges to Improve the Environment

Inspiring Pledges to Improve the Environment

Britney Brooks is a senior at Skyline High School who is inspring her peers, teachers, and community to learn more about the environment and ways each individual can contribute to improving our world. On Tuesday, March ...

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 ...

Award Winning Projects
Award Winning Projects

From Oakland High School, Justin Li had the vision and ingenuity to lead the an after-school club at Franklin Elementary School in Oakland where students participated in innovative and engaging projects ranging from using solar power to making ice cream. Through his hard work and dedication, dozens of students have been inspired and Justin received the Innovation Award for 2009.

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