PETA Does Your Homework for You! (Well, Almost)

It doesn’t matter what kind of project you’re assigned in class (book report, PowerPoint presentation, research paper)—you can always use the opportunity to educate people about cruelty to animals, and we’re here to help!

Join Students Opposing Speciesism, the Revolt Against Human Supremacy

Students Opposing Speciesism (SOS) is a PETA-backed movement led by young people who want to take action to challenge the norm and help end speciesism.

Use THIS Frog to Get Dead Frogs out of Your Biology Class

Science class should be riveting, NOT ribbiting. Find out how to get SynFrog, the hyper-realistic, anatomically correct frog model, in your class.

You’re Too Good for a Toxic Relationship—It’s Time to Dump Dairy

If you found out that bae raped mothers, kidnapped babies, and murdered millions, wouldn’t you dump them? That’s the dairy industry for you—so kick it to the curb.

Contact PETA’s Youth Advisers

Have an idea for an event or campaign? Let us know how we can help.

Reach Out!

PETA Helped Students Occupy Starbucks in 15 States to Speak Up for Cows

Students around the country grabbed signs and headed to their local Starbucks shop to let folks know that the vegan milk surcharge is unacceptable.

9 Ways to Take Your Club to the Next Level This School Year

Leave a legacy of compassion for animals at your school!

How to Table at Your School to Help Animals

As a student, your voice is super-important!

Order a ‘Guide to Going Vegan’

Want some help getting started going vegan? Our guide has tips, recipes, and more!

Send Me a Guide

 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind