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The Resolution Project

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • International

Location

420 Lexington AvenueSuite 1626New York, NY 10170 United States

Organization Information

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 500+ Fellows in 84 countries who've launched over 300+ social ventures impacting 2.9 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.

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