Just over a year ago, Postcard broke ground on a new concept. We created a digital space where individuals used their own words and images to create printed postcards to share personal moments with others, or to take collective action on causes and issues near and dear to them. In our our first six months, we saw students from around the United States, Mexico, Canada, and even Nepal made their mark on a number of those collective action projects. They stood together on issues like education, campus sexual assault, governmental reform, disaster relief, and sent messages to other young people in need of support. Their work was incredibly honest, genuine, and powerful. And once we saw what student activists could do with the Postcard platform, it really got us thinking. What if we created a space specifically for young people? A space where students could get involved with the issues affecting their community and generation, and use their passion and skills as social innovators to create change. That’s why we created Postcard Educate.
We are dedicated to supporting students and teachers working to become change makers & critical and global thinkers.
Visit www.postcard.com or www.postcard.com/educate for more information on Postcard & Postcard Educate!