In an effort to combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) at its roots, our ongoing project focuses on registering antimicrobial stewardship societies in universities and private secondary schools, with a specific initiation in Zimbabwean secondary schools. Operating in the Glenview-Mufakose district, just South-West of Harare’s Central Business District, we conduct educational seminars in 28 registered schools to raise AMR awareness. These seminars empower students with knowledge about AMR, its consequences, prevention measures, and how to disseminate this crucial information to peers. The project includes the establishment of antimicrobial societies in each school, ensuring sustainability. Additionally, leadership and career guidance programs are integrated, fostering a deeper understanding of AMR and cultivating future champions in the fight against antimicrobial resistance. By engaging teachers to oversee club activities and providing constitutions, we aim to instill a sense of responsibility and commitment among students for a collective and enduring impact.