Updates from our global community...
In January 2017, 4 Resolution Fellows were recognized across two Forbes "30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs" lists for 2017: one featuring Americans and an inaugural list featuring Europeans. “The Resolution Fellows that were selected represent the broader group of young people that are leading a surging movement of social entrepreneurship as a career choice and an impact driver,” said George M. Tsiatis, CEO & Co-Founder of the Resolution Project. “Congratulations to Annie, Bonnie, Kristina, and Liana on this achievement and recognition! They are examples of the incredible power of young people to create lasting change in their communities and the world and to be examples of the socially responsible leaders we hope to see in all sectors."
We are pleased to share the results from our tenth Social Venture Challenge at the Youth Assembly at the United Nations in New York City
We completed our first Social Venture Challenge of the year at the African Leadership Academy’s 2017 Baraza in New York City on Saturday, January 7th. This was our third time partnering with ALA to help bring to life their participants’ community-changing ideas for social ventures!
With the help of our generous community and Newman's Own Foundation, we raised $20,560. Proceeds will go to support our Resolution Fellows, who are impacting over 65 countries around the world.
We are excited to announce the winners of our eleventh Social Venture Challenge in partnership with The City University of New York’s Black Male Initiative Annual Conference at Bronx Community College (BCC), which was
The Resolution Project Hosts Social Venture Challenge at the CUNY Black Male Initiative Annual Conference
The Resolution Project held its first Social Venture Challenge in partnership with The City University of New York’s Black Male Initiative Annual Conference at Bronx Community College (BCC) in October 2016. Resolution was thrilled to welcome undergraduate students from underrepresented and historically marginalized populations as participants in the Social Venture Challenge. Students presented social ventures ranging from urban clean water initiatives to after-school STEM programs.