About The Millennials Project

Millennials concept (1)

The Millennials Project will be an ongoing effort to explore the world through the eyes of the latest generation to come of age: the millennials.

The Millennials Project seeks to address the challenges that face our generation, and to explore the ideas, styles, movements and philosophies that animate us. The first step will be a series of online articles on the Millennials Project blog, but, over time, the project will combine digital media, print publication and live events in order to bring this conversation to life.

Here are some things we’ve been thinking about:

  • Unpaid internships
  • Social media influencers
  • The exposure economy
  • Disposable living
  • Underemployment
  • Overeducation
  • Industry disruption
  • Industry assassination
  • Internet communities
  • Work choices
  • Online activism
  • Certain unmentionable plebiscites
  • Participation trophies
  • Multi-generational households
  • Gig economy
  • The post-nuclear family
  • The sharing economy
  • Job insecurity
  • WebMD
  • Polyamory
  • Sharehouse culture
  • Fur babies
  • Internet linguistics
  • Third culture kids
  • Constant contactability
  • Memes



If you are under 30, we want to hear your thoughts. We want to know what’s inspiring you, what’s troubling you, and what you’re going to do about it.

Your piece must be between 500-2000 words.

Grattan Street Press accepts both non-fiction and fiction submissions for consideration.