LIVE WEBINAR: Technology for a Better World - The Power of Design Thinking
Hosted by Youth Venture in partnership with Engineering for Change
Date: Monday, May 2, 2011
Time: 6:00PM-7:30PM EST
Whether you have new ideas on how to use technology to advance social change or you're well on your way to implementing your own venture, this webinar can help. During this live webinar, you will:
- Discover the principles of design thinking to better serve your target community
- Apply design thinking to your Venture
- Learn how Engineering for Change can benefit your Venture
- Become inspired by other teams across the country
Hosted in partnership with Engineering for Change, a community of engineers, technologists, and social scientists who are committed to improving quality of life through appropriate technology solutions, you'll walk away with practical and usable techniques to use right away.
And if you're thinking about submitting an entry for the Technology for a Better World campaign, this webinar will help you improve your proposal and answer any questions you may have. To learn more about the campaign, visit www.genvcampaigns.org
REGISTER TODAY! E-mail Melissa Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your name, school, team, and preferred e-mail address to RSVP.
Technology for a Better World
Young Inventors International is pleased to be a network partner in Technology for a Better World
, an opportunity for fifty teams of young innovators age 13-18 to develop and implement solutions for positive social change.
Ashoka’s Youth Venture and the Best Buy Children’s Foundation are looking for up to fifty teams to support through a combination of advisory services, seed funding, fundraising tools, webinars, and networking opportunities. Plus, the top five teams will win exciting grand prizes – trips to Washington D.C. to further develop their ventures at Youth Venture’s headquarters and to be recognized at the Jefferson Awards, meeting prominent politicians and sharing their stories with the media.
Apply by May 9, 2011 in order to be considered for the opportunity to join Youth Venture’s community of more than 4,000 “ventures” – sustainable initiatives, organizations, clubs, or businesses that benefit our community or planet.