When school is in session, teens are the most stressed group in the country. The inability to cope with this stress and anxiety can negatively impact teens’ health, friendships, relationship with their parents, and academic performance.
Our mission is to create awareness that Happiness is more than a fleeting feeling, that Sustainable Happiness is achievable, and that there are a set of skills that you can learn, teach, and practice to help you along the path to Happiness. We are working with leading researchers to learn more about Sustainable Happiness and partnering with organizations to bring Sustainable Happiness skills directly to youth.
Our Goal is to reach 5.5 million youth in the next 5 years
The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning provides a unique combination of research, practice, and policy to support high-quality social and emotional learning for all children in preschool through high school.
Discovery Education is transforming teaching and learning for K-12 classrooms worldwide. They partner with like-minded organizations to ignite student curiosity and inspire educators with customized and award-winning digital content that increases academic achievement.
Greater Good Science Center
The Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley studies the psychology, sociology, and neuroscience of well-being and bridges the gap between scientific journals and people’s daily lives through articles, videos, quizzes, and more.
The Inner Explorer program is a series of daily 5-10 minute audio-guided mindfulness practices that is easily implemented in any classroom. The program focuses on key areas of development to help students and teachers reduce stress and prepare for learning.
Born from scientific research on human happiness, Project Happiness is dedicated to empowering people with educational programs and resources that teach anyone how to learn the habits and skills of sustainable happiness.
UN Day of Happiness
We are happy to be partners in the worldwide movement to spread happiness to all. UN resolution 66/281 establishes the International Day of Happiness as March 20th every year, recognizing the pursuit of happiness as a fundamental human right and goal, and universal aspiration in the lives of all human beings.