We Build Campus Leaders

Diversity Leadership Project empowers students to advocate for diversity in their communities while enhancing their college admission and scholarship opportunities.

Our mission is simple: to help students get seen and be heard.  We believe that a digital presence is increasingly important to students who want to go to America’s competitive colleges.

Diversity Leadership Project transcends the traditional “scores and transcripts” approach to college admissions.   We are revolutionizing the college admissions industry with our innovative, disruptive approach to creating an “electronic platform” for students for showcase their writing skills, demonstrate their commitment to diversity and social equity, and get into a great college.

We can help your student become a campus leader and gain admission and scholarships to America's top colleges. Contact us today.


My Glimmer of Hope

by Lainey Bouvier Editors note: September is Suicide Prevention Month and we are exploring how suicide affects our lives and ...
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Dirt Floors, Diversity, and Determination

by Sophie Lindley Junior, Summit High School Spring Hill, Tennessee I have had the opportunity through my father’s job to ...
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Spices and Lives

by Nayan Chavan For the last four years, I volunteered as a teen chef at the Heimerdinger Foundation’s Meals for ...
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Mix It Up Day in the Cafeteria

by Lainey Bouvier
Sophomore, Franklin High School, International Baccalaureate
Franklin, TN When you enter the lunchroom at my high school, ...
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“Be Nice” Revisited

“Be Nice” just might be the best bit of college planning advice teachers, administrators and school board members could ever ...
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Williams County Students lead the way on social justice issues

Williams Source Article

Excited about the article in Williamson Source. Getting great feedback from parents and students alike. Click here to read the ...
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Some Things Never Change

Some Things Never Change

Bailee Mason
Ensworth School
Class of 2017 ​I am a young African American woman who lives in a big house ...
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Why I Joined Diversity Leadership Project

by Maggie Herndon
Centennial High School
Class of 2018 I am an upper-middle-class white girl who has lived in Franklin, ...
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Which Box Do I Check

Which Box Do I Check?

by Ocean Goins
Independence High School
Class of 2016 The math and science questions on my college entrance exams aren’t ...
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What Grows Best in this Heat is Poverty

What Grows Best in this Heat is Poverty

Pranay Boyapati
Centennial High School
​Class of 2016 “What grows best in this heat is poverty” were my grandfather’s words ...
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College Planning Advice From Your School Guidance Counselor?

Not so fast. Parents need to understand what guidance counselors can and cannot provide. While I have great respect for ...
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Rising senior summer is time for college preparation

The summer before your student’s senior year of high school needs to be a productive few months, a time for ...
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