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Great tools support, great agents of change, so in the spirit of the season we are giving away a copy of the acclaimed documentary film (with public license and tool kit $175.00 value) leave a comment to be entered to win.

Happy Holidays. Love, The OS Team


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An example of the campaigns available through OneStudent,org

An example of the campaigns available through OneStudent,org

Leave a comment talks about consent

We think it’s excellent that a site dedicated to helping people find and maintain healthy relationships understands the importance of consent. We enjoyed sitting down to talk with their editor. Hope you enjoy the read.’s interview with One Student co-founder Becca Tieder.



Introducing Anthony

Anthony and his sisterThe energy and optimism of the students we get the chance to work with through One Student affirms that we are on the right track.  Every now and then, we meet an exceptional student whose perspective and determination moves and inspires us beyond words and pushes us to keep dreaming big. Anthony Urias is one of those students. We are excited to introduce Anthony to the One Student community. 

We are honored to have you in the One Student family, please share with your new extended family why you wanted to advance the Mission of One Student?

I believe I was placed on this earth to inspire and help others to change the world.  I believe that it is vital for us as people to have a voice and share our stories with others.  It sets us free and enables everyone around us to own that same freedom.  I admire authenticity and resilience.  I honestly believe One Student represents hope, empowerment, and resilience.
For the last four years I’ve had the privilege of working with inner-city Los Angeles high school students.  I always aimed at motivating them to Read More »