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 (email@example.com) to express your interest and share a bit about your background. Who Will You Inspire?
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About The Resolution Project
420 Lexington Avenue, Suite 1626, New York, NY 10170, US
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.
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
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
September 16, 2020
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