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Village to Raise a Child Challenge 2016 (Funded to attend Igniting Innovation Summit in Harvard)

Deadline: June 1st 2016

Village to Raise a Child is a program established by the Harvard Social Innovation Collaborative (SIC) that identifies and nurtures five young entrepreneurs from around the world. These five students—called “Global Trailblazers”—are invited to come to Harvard to attend and present their ideas at the annual Igniting Innovation Summit, giving them the tools, skills and resources they need to execute their community-based projects.


The Village to Raise a Child program is open to any student or group of students (from any country) who is currently enrolled in a high school or its equivalent.
– Applicants must have an innovative idea or recently initiated project that attempts to solve a community-wide problem.
– Ongoing projects must be less than two years old. Applicants do not need to speak English fluently, but familiarity with the language is preferred.
Students applying as a group must choose one leader to represent them for the subsequent steps of the

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