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XChange the World Wins First Place at CCARE Compassion and Technology Conference

Sam Reiss and X-Change the World received first place and $10,000 at this years Compassion and Technology Conference at Stanford University. The event and contest were co-sponsored by Facebook, 1440 Foundation, HopeLab and The Dalai Lama Foundation. The prize of … Continue reading

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Sam Reiss Selected as Finalist at Stanford’s Compassion and Technology Contest

X-Change the World founder Sam Reiss has just been selected as one of ten finalists from around the world to present at The Compassion and Technology Conference hosted by the Stanford School of Medicine and The Dalai Lama Foundation. The … Continue reading

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Founder Sam Reiss Honored by Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes

The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes honored Sam Reiss as one of twenty five “outstanding young leaders who have made a significant positive difference to people and our planet.” The Barron Prize gives recognition to young heroes across the … Continue reading

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X-Change Makes News in Tanzania

X-Change the World has partnered with Africa Schoolhouse and GO Campaign to launch an initiative providing youth in developing countries with access to technology and training in computer literacy. GO Campaign helps X-Change the World vet local schools and NGOs … Continue reading

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X-Change the World Receives Jefferson Award!

We are honored and humbled to be the 2013 recipients of the Jefferson Award for Education and Literacy. The prestigious Jefferson Awards for Public Service gives recognition to youth in the United States who are involved in making a global … Continue reading

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X-Change the World Featured in Cross Sections Magazine

This week Cross Sections Magazine featured X-Change the World highlighting the accomplishments of Crossroads Junior and Founder of X-Change the World, Sam Reiss. “I believe that if we can continue to connect more students and create more of these powerful … Continue reading