We hold large scale summits–conferences where young people have a chance to meet with mentors from a field and work to create social impact projects.
What We Do
The aim of the summits is to provide youth with the basic tools to grow their social impact idea into a project. We want our participants to come from diverse backgrounds and communities (students, young professionals, volunteers, with or without education and experience, etc). Throughout the day, participants will have breakout sessions with mentors from various fields. Some of our participants will have the chance to pitch social impact project ideas to our panel of mentors.
Our first summit, the Social Impact Summit, brought together more than a hundred young people along with mentors with an interest in public good projects. Our second summit, the Urban Thinkers Summit, focused on cities and solving social problems in an urban context.
What We Need
Volunteers interested in large scale events planning and reaching out to social impact networks to find mentors for our participants.
We look for participants from a wide range of academic backgrounds and interests who share a common passion for social impact.
Check out our Facebook page for information about summits.