Are you looking to enrich your educational experience? Are you a natural leader with a desire to have a positive impact on your community? Do you want to prepare yourself and your peers for an exciting future? Leading an AweClub is an opportunity for you to do so.

If you want to initiate and run an AweClub in your school as club president, follow the steps below. We will provide all the resources and information that you will need. You can apply individually – but we also encourage you to apply with a small team of leaders (AweClub co-presidents).


  • Step 1

    Get permission and support from your school.

    If you need to, speak to a teacher or school leader about starting a club. Once you have their support, continue.

  • Step 2

    Apply for a license – fill this application form.

    It will take a few minutes to complete. You will hear from our team in 2-3 business days. Note, getting a license and running an AweClub in your school is free. You will also have access to all Shots of Awe curricula. However, all club members will need to subscribe to Awecademy if they wish to access additional content.

  • Step 3

    Set up the club.

    Once you have received your licence, the Awecademy team will share with you a resource pack (which includes club activities, opportunities & Shots of Awe curricula) that you can use to lead your club! We will also ask you to share brief monthly updates (reports/images) with the Awecademy team to showcase your progress.

AweClubs are an opportunity to:

  • Gain futuristic skills, mindsets, and values.
  • Contribute to human progress and positive change in society.
  • Discuss and analyse Awecademy curricula as a group.
  • Participate in intellectually stimulating discussions.
  • Connect with like-minded and motivated students.
  • Take a deep dive into Jason Silva's Shots of Awe videos.
  • Be awe-inspired!


Take a Deep Dive into Jason Silva's Shots of Awe

Ever ponder the miracle of life? Or perhaps wonder about the evolution of intelligence? In Shots of Awe, Jason Silva chases his inspiration addiction as he explores these topics and more. The YouTube series has over a 100 million views.


Psychologist, Nicholas Humphrey, has proposed that our ability to experience awe was biologically selected for by evolution because it imbues our lives with a sense of cosmic significance that has resulted in a species that works harder not just to survive but to flourish and thrive.