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SLCC 2007 Presentation from Robert Wood Johnson, 2

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More info at http://www.holymeatballs.org/2007/09/slcc_overview_of_nonprofit_and.html

More info at http://www.holymeatballs.org/2007/09/slcc_overview_of_nonprofit_and.html

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  • 1. Second Life Community Convention RWJF Activities in SL
  • 2. About RWJF
    • Mission: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation seeks to improve the health and health care of all Americans
    • Program Areas: 4 Portfolios
    • Human Capital
    • Vulnerable Populations
    • Targeted: Public Health, Childhood Obesity, Quality/Equality, and Health Care Coverage
    • Pioneer
  • 3. Pioneer Portfolio
    • Supporting innovative projects that may significantly accelerate critical breakthroughs in health and health care
    • High Risk/High Reward
    • Following and influencing emerging trends
    • Seeking new ideas from unexpected places
  • 4. RWJF Activities in Second Life
    • Addiction Treatment: exploring how Second Life can be used to improve addiction treatment
    • Youth Venture/Global Kids: exploring how teens can lead and grow their own ventures in Teen Second Life
    • CeaseFire: exploring how to train outreach workers in violence prevention through Second Life
  • 5. Two Competitions
    • Why Games Matter: A Prescription for Improving Health and Health Care
    • An online collaborative competition in partnership with Changemakers
    • Visit www.changemakers.net
    • Entry deadline: September 26, 2007
    • Three winners will each receive $5000
  • 6. Two Competitions
    • Ruckus Nation: Your Idea Could Start Movement
    • In partnership with HopeLab
    • Generate an original product idea that will motivate middle-school kids (11-14 years old) to become more physically active
    • Individuals or teams of up to 6 people may enter in 1 of 4 categories:
      • Middle School/Junior High School
      • High School
      • College/University
      • All Others
  • 7. Ruckus Nation
    • Semifinalists (at least 10 per category)
      • $250 per team
    • Category Winners (at least 2 per category)
      • $25,000 per team
    • Grand Prize Winner (only 1)
      • An additional $50,000 prize (selected from Category Winners)
    • Inspiration Prizes (for team mentors nominated by Category Winners)
      • $2,500 per nominee
    • Visit www.ruckusnation.com

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