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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
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. ...

Street Smarts for the Bay Area

Street Smarts for the Bay Area

Eric Tran is a senior at Skyline High School who is concerned about the endless stories close to home about violence in his community. Unfortunately some people learn street smarts through a bad experience, so Eric ...

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

Moises from ACLC, created an organization called Helping Waters with the goal of addressing water access issues during natural disasters.  He sells stainless steel water bottles with Helping Waters’ catchy logo to raise funds to help the victims of Japan’s recent natural disaster. With his great passion for water accessibility and helping others, Moises won the Lomika Douglas Environmental Stewardship Award 2011 and has already envisioned how Helping Waters will continue to grow beyond the school year.

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