If you are 24 or under and impassioned about making a positive impact in your community and the world, you can participate in the Youth Innovation challenge organized by Solv[ED] and use this great opportunity to win this student grant.
Sponsoring Agency: Solv[ED]
Type of Fund: Challenge
Deadline: January 18, 2022
Solv[ED] is designed to spark a sense of agency in young people aged 24 and under, encouraging, inspiring, and supporting them to become problem-solvers in their communities and the world.
Millions of children are still out of school. The negative impacts of climate change continue to accelerate and shock our natural, social, and economic systems. Economic inequality is growing within and between countries. A global pandemic is exacerbating and exposing massive health and social inequities.
We need everyone to roll up their sleeves and take part in addressing these challenges, even (and especially) when we feel overwhelmed. Each one of us has a role to play. And it’s never too early to get started.
Are you age 24 and under? Whoever you are, wherever you are in the world, it wants to hear from you about your solution!
The Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge is an opportunity for you to submit yourthat:
- Improves learning opportunities and outcomes for learners across their lifetimes, from early childhood on
- Supports financial and economic opportunities for all
- Accelerates healthcare access and health outcomes, reducing and, ultimately, eliminating disparities in health
- Takes action to combat climate change and its impacts
- Addresses an unmet social, environmental, or economic need not covered in the four topics above.
The following recipients can apply:
- Anyone, anywhere around the world can submit a solution to the Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge if they are aged 24 and under. For full participation details, please see our Terms of Service.
- Solv[ED] is open to solutions at all stages of development, and with any business model. Whether your solution is a concept, a product that is being prototyped, a service that is being piloted in your local community, or a fully operational nonprofit or for-profit organization, it wants to hear from you.
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