LookUp works side by side with innovative young adults creating solutions to tech/life balance across a broad spectrum of needs, interests and engagement models
Some examples of solutions they're building and their thoughts on why.
Innovators create the ideas, initiatives, programs, startups to be built out, piloted and launched into the market
I created the MindWell Club at Andover that has mission to create and share fun new ways to live more mindfully in the digital-age by being intentional in our usage of technology and bringing awareness to the topic of digital wellness."
Philips Andover Academy '20
Founder of MindWell Club
When I study, I now turn off my phone, put it in my backpack and print everything. No distractions makes me more zoned into my work
Dartmouth College '21
Scarlett Hall Fraternity
My realization of the harmful effects of social media inspired me to create the Reconnect Project. Aimed at reviving manual skills like writing and drawing and raising awareness around digital mindfulness.
Cal Polytech '23
Digital Wellness Collective
“I love when the people who are most reluctant to give up their phone at TTYL are the ones who walk out without it. People make new friends at every event, proving that we all need to put down our phones and make connections more often”
Founder of TTYL
Ithaca College '17
"I am creating an anonymous, mental health peer support mobile application to provide college students with a digital space where they can truly express themselves."
Dartmouth College '20
Founder of Unmasked
Our members author articles, opinion pieces, blogs,
vlogs and speaking engagements.
“"As a digital media consultant I want to ensure my clients inhabit a positive space on social media platforms. I am participating in the LookUp Challenge to critically evaluate how I engage with technology and social media"
Amherst College '21
"We need to examine not only our individual relationships with technology, but also our collective relationships. Conversations need to be had, social norms need to be established, and we all need to reflect on our responsibilities".
When I explained one by one to my friends that I wanted phone conversations or in person coffee dates, not texts or “Snaps,” my friends began to comply. And for the first time in a long time I felt connected.
University of Florida '19
“It's important to remember that social media is essentially ESPN for your social life, and when you spend all your time watching other people’s Top Ten Plays it's easy to forget just how great your own life is”
Dartmouth ' 20