Find X catalyzes youth around the world to educate the next generation of artists, scientists, and leaders.
Check out our initiatives below. Interested in joining us? Send us a message!
Program Leader: Margaret Zhang
Created in 2015, Glass Kite Anthology Writing Studio has taught creative writing nearly 100 middle and high school students from a dozen countries.
New Zealand Makers
Program Leader: Davella Tang
Auckland, New Zealand
We run weekly creative workshops at Auckland's City Central Library. Starting March 2018, we will run cooking classes every Tuesday at the Ellen Melville Centre in the CBD.
Program Leader: Elaine Yang
Cambridge, Massachusetts & Portland, Oregon
Founded by MIT students, Code X teaches coding classes to low-income students. We've been nationally recognized by Girls Illustrate Awesomeness and Hidden Figures.
Maple Syrup Hacks
Program Leader: Jake Dunn
We run monthly hackathons for middle school students in the Toronto area. We also hold workshops on how to use 3D printers, Scratch, etc.
Program Leaders: Taylor Fang, Anne Li, & Joanna Liu
Utah, Arkansas, & Arizona
Allgirlithm is a community of women and girls in technology. We've been featured on ReigningIt and by AI4ALL. Since summer 2017, we've reached over 800 visitors in 14 countries.
Program Leader: Kyler Wang
Educateen is a group of middle school students who bring humanities programming to after-school centers in Portland and Beaverton.
Program Leader: Masfi Khan
Queens, New York
For the Sonorous is a literary journal dedicated to empowering women and non-binary people of color. We publish writing and art, and hold workshops to teach poetry and prose.