We’re proud to announce that we are officially one of 37 organizations worldwide to be selected for a 2015 Google RISE award! The winning organizations aspire for students to be creators and not just consumers of tomorrow’s technology, and that includes students of all backgrounds. Google RISE Awards are grants for organizations across the globe that promote Computer Science education and run initiatives that reach girls, underrepresented minorities, and students facing socio-economic barriers under age 18.
Of the over 1,600 startups who applied to the MassChallenge 2014 Accelerator Program, 128 startups were accepted as Finalists.
A panel of thought leaders in talent and innovation, comprising senior executives from Accenture, AT&T, USA Today and Boston College, selected the most promising solutions for their innovativeness, sustainable business model, and scalability.
The My Voice, Our City competition encouraged black and Latino young men, ages 16-24, local organizations, and community leaders to submit program ideas that will brighten the future of New York City.
The Social Ventures Track of the Tufts 100k Competition supports businesses with a mission to create and sustain social value, that benefit society and promote active citizenship.
American Express, in partnership with Ashoka Changemakers®, recognized 45 social entrepreneurs as top innovators in the United States, Canada, and Mexico who are believed to be the next generation of leaders that will work to solve some of the world's most critical challenges.
Teach for America
The Social Innovation Award is intended to spark bold, new innovations that expand opportunities for students in low-income communities and address the root causes of educational inequity.
Ignite Good is organizing a generation of whole hearted service leaders to act together as a determined constituency for the advancement of their own cities and lives.
South by Southwest
Each spring, SXSW Interactive honors his vision with the Dewey Winburne Community Service Awards. During the ceremony, 10 community do-gooders are recognized for their use of digital technology to help others.
CBSNews.com's Nick Dietz reports on ScriptEd.