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Provide free educational material to youth! Become a "Resource Hunter."

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  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.

Resource Hunters are responsible for discovering a multitude of free and easily accessible social justice, mental health, and academic resources for Better Future Program's Liberation Library each week. These links can take the form of articles and essays, novels and novel chapters, films and videos, podcasts, audiobooks, other organizations to support, and social media posts. It's also important to stay up to date on up-and-coming authors, artists, creators, and influencers within various marginalized communities so our educational offerings are not only diverse but up-to-date.

What's gained?

  • Volunteer hours
  • Experience in data entry
  • Experience in forming client relations
  • Sharpening of media literacy skills
  • Professional connections with leading academic professors, activists, and authors
  • Peer mentors in college admissions, career readiness, and homework help, if needed
  • Peer-run mental health support
  • A safe space to interact with fellow marginalized youth

Volunteers who meet the following criteria will be prioritized to ensure that marginalized youth are at the forefront of their own liberation. If you are not part of a marginalized community, feel free to check out our General Volunteer role. We would still love your support, but we wish to uplift underprivileged voices in the process.
  • Identify with at least one of the following marginalized communities:
    • Black, Indigenous, People of Color
    • Women
    • Queer and/or non-cis
    • Physically disabled and/or chronically ill
    • Developmentally or intellectually disabled, neurodivergent, mad, and/or otherwise characterize as "mentally ill"
    • (Im)migrant
    • Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Pagan, or a part of any other historically oppressed religions/spiritualities
  • Between the ages of 14 and 25
  • Support of or willingness to learn more about the following ideals:
    • The right to organize
    • Intersectionality
    • Educational equity
    • Anti-racism
    • Religious liberty
    • Disability justice & mad studies
    • Climate action
    • Decolonization
    • Gender equity
    • Queer liberation
    • Bodily autonomy
    • Body neutrality
    • Abolition
    • Anti-capitalism
    • Anti-authoritarianism

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to build a better and brighter global future for marginalized youth through education, awareness, and unity. Here at Better Future Program, we recognize that all forms of oppression are intrinsically interconnected, therefore our liberation is tied as well. All power to ALL the people. But for this to be possible, youth need access to revolutionary education, to not only learn about the systems actively working against them, but the dual power, the new structures, we are already innovating, together. It's easy to feel hopeless in these trying times but with the right tools, we can build an inclusive, informed, and intersectional future like no other.


Founded by Reagan Peters-Roussell (she/they), Better Future Program (BFP) is a 501(c)(3) youth-run nonprofit headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana, alternatively known as Bulbancha on Chahta Yakni and Chitimacha land. We envision a future in which youth are not only empowered to challenge oppressive hierarchies each day, but to create new, innovative, and inclusive frameworks of community care and intersectional justice.

Since 2016, our team has been dedicated to educating the masses on various academic subjects, mental health, and most importantly, social injustices that affect today's youth. We even offer over 3,000 free novels, movies, podcasts, and more just to fulfill this goal!

Through our outreach on Instagram, Tumblr, and now Twitter @bfpnola, BFP has gained an international community ranging from the U.K. to Brazil and even to Indonesia and Malaysia. We are so proud to call them our family.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Education & Literacy
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Education & Literacy


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Data Entry
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Internet Research
  • Critical Thinking
  • Verbal / Written Communication


  • Teens
  • Group


  • Must be at least 14
  • Volunteers should have easy access to technology, preferably a laptop, but tablets and phones work as well.

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