If you are an NYU student with an idea, model or prototype that has the potential to alleviate poverty across the country or around the world, this could be the opportunity for you. Pitch your idea to solve one of the challenges listed here or propose your own challenge and scalable social venture idea. A qualified grand prize winner will receive up to $10,000 in funding as well as mentorship.
The competition is open to all NYU students, graduate and undergraduate, at all global locations.
Details about eligibility, the timeline, and the challenges are now on the Reynolds Program in Social Entrepreneurship’s website. The competition will officially launch on January 26th and first round applications will be accepted through February 17th.