Educational presentations provide knowledge and inspiration for youth

ACCESS offers presentations that educate and inspire youth to make a difference!

In today's complex society, global issues are becoming more of a focus. With growing economic disparity, issues such as poverty, education and sustainability are increasingly important.

ACCESS continues to offer inspiring presentations to schools, organizations and conferences. ACCESS Educational Presentations cover a variety of topics related to social action, and feature first-hand experience of the Dominican Republic Exposure Experience.
“You have inspired me and the students I teach to think and act beyond the borders of our own comfort zones. I thank you for awakening in us ears, hearts and hands willing to listen, feel and work towards a more just distribution of education opportunities for all.” - Dale Cimolai, Teacher

Presentations are customizable to meet specific educational requirements, event themes, or school campaigns. Topics include; Social Justice, Youth Activism, Making a Difference, Life in the Developing World, Dominican Republic Exposure Experience, and ACCESS: Allowing Children a Chance at Education.

“Your presentation allowed students to understand how fortunate they are to have what they have and how important it is to be aware of how little others have and why we are duty-bound to give to those in need.” - Sonia Rotino, Principal

As a youth-run organization, ACCESS promotes youth's power to make a difference. Once inspired, students and groups can take action! Fundraising campaigns are available.

For booking details, please visit and download the ACCESS Presentation Flyer here.

ACCESS: Allowing Children a Chance at Education, Inc. is a youth-run organization aiming to provide needy children in the developing world with school uniforms and necessary school supplies, enabling them with the opportunity to obtain an education for a successful life. ACCESS also aims to educate North American youth about related world issues, and to inspire them to make a difference globally.

For more information, resources and inquiries, visit

Daniel Francavilla, President
Kody Robinson, Public Relations Coordinator

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Educate. Empower. Inspire.