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Become a Guide to Fellows launching Social Enterprises Worldwide! (Virtual Opportunity)

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The Resolution Project

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Want to mentor the next generation of socially-responsible young leaders? The Resolution Project is looking for engaged, responsive, and caring volunteer mentors (Resolution Guides) to work with undergraduate social entrepreneurs around the world.

Over 200+ Resolution Guides serve as virtual mentors to our undergraduate Fellows, supporting them in their personal and professional leadership development and in the implementation of a social venture, while building their own professional skills.

To learn more about The Resolution Project model and volunteer opportunities, reach out to Resolution Program Associate Lauren "Lo Lo" Loftin (guides@resolutionproject.org) to express your interest and share a bit about your background. Who Will You Inspire?

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About The Resolution Project

Location:

420 Lexington Avenue, Suite 1626, New York, NY 10170, US

Mission Statement

The Resolution Project is a nonprofit organization headquartered in New York City that awards Fellowships to college students launching social ventures. We currently serve a global community of 400+ Fellows in 78 countries who've launched over 300+ social ventures impacting 2.5 million beneficiaries worldwide.

Description

Founded in 2007, Resolution has a proven model for identifying and inspiring young leaders through Social Venture Challenges ("SVCs") and awarding Resolution Fellowships:

  • - We partner with organizations that serve broad communities of young leaders. These young leaders, university students, are an underserved population for social entrepreneurship opportunities that go beyond business plan competitions.
  • - We invite young leaders to propose impactful social ventures in a multi-stage competition, the SVC, which includes both an online, written component on our proprietary platform, and a physical presentation to a live panel of judges.
  • - We award Resolution Fellowships to those young leaders with the most promising social venture proposals and compelling personal leadership characteristics.
  • - We support our Fellows through the intense, hands-on mentorship program we provide, including seed funding, assigned one-on-one mentors, access to subject matter experts and pro bono services, and membership in a connected community of their peers..

The impact of activating potential young leaders through social entrepreneurship is enormous; they become engaged early in making positive changes in the world and the character of their leadership is infused with social responsibility.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
International

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Mentoring
  • Advocacy
  • Project Management
  • Business Development
  • Organization Design
  • Life Coaching

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • one monthly call with Fellow each month, submitting monthly forms. Guides report an average commitment of 4-6 hours per month over two years
  • Guides must have at least one year of work experience following college graduation

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