Over time, as students continue to engage with Local, they can generate social impact at scale. Once they have reach higher levels of impact within their own neighborhoods, they are allowed to extend their reach to other communities of interest, such as networks of friends who may not attend the same school. It is believable that this impact can accumulate, the culmination of which can create state-, national-, and even international-level social change.
Another long-term effect is youth workforce activation. This is mediated in part by the aforementioned outcome of educational attainment, which improves college readiness and post-secondary school retention rates. As more students are finishing school, they are better equipped to secure employment and continue to be contributing members of society.