IDEAS Global Challenge - How to Enter

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  • If you’re interested in/already doing and thinking about starting work in Social impact; Development;International Development;Humanitarian Work, we’re one of the pieces of that ecosystem here at MIT. Our specific focus is – innovation as public service. We support new projects through an annual competition.
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  • 1. your key to tables Health, Accessibility Agriculture, Processing Education, Training Mobiles, ICTs Energy, Environment Housing, Transportation Water, Sanitation Emergency, Disaster Relief Employment, Entrepreneurship Wild Card Waste Table
  • 2. 2.23.2012Spring Generator Dinner
  • 3. On 2008 winner Leveraged Freedom Chair:One of “the year’s mostimpressive inventions.”
  • 4. creative ideas forprojects that make apositive change inthe worldlocally, nationally or internationally
  • 5. what’s possibleup to $10k per team+3 x $1500community choice awards
  • 6. special award 2012 yunus challengewaste: put it to useresources athttp://web.mit.edu/idi
  • 7. what the judgeswill look for team composition led by 1/3 full-time MIT student
  • 8. what the judgeswill look for innovation demonstrate alternative options + how your idea is different
  • 9. what the judgeswill look for impact where did your idea begin who are you working with what will be different
  • 10. what the judgeswill look for feasibility what’s possible in next 15 months size of scope right team + partners
  • 11. how to enter in two weeks on March 2 submit an initial scope statement + development grant request if pass muster in six weeks on April 8 submit a final proposal
  • 12. and then in six weeks, judges deliberate and online community votes judging @ MIT april 30 online – april 20 - 30 community choice vote opens april 9
  • 13. to help you review session march 21 pitch kitchen + video making on feb 27 + on march 7 nyc alumni chapter auction ask for mentors, networks, help
  • 14. 60 secondpitchesrecruit teammatesor share your skills
  • 15. 60 second pitchesRECRUITING TEAMMATES1. The DuKode Studio2. Democratext3. Takachar4. Design for Post-Genocide Peace5. SMART Coops6. EmpowerID7. ShowergyLOOKING TO HELP1. Eun Cho2. Jon Allen
  • 16. resources d-lab technology dissemination fellowships – tomorrow! * four technologies looking for people design to scale panel – march 1 @ 3:30 * challenges of scaling up impact kentaro toyama – march 1 @ 7:00pm * myths of technology for international development public service center fellowships – march 23 waste art with yunus challenge – april 2 – 6 * make your own; submit on March 16
  • 17. your key to tables Health, Accessibility Agriculture, Processing Education, Training Mobiles, ICTs Energy, Environment Housing, Transportation Water, Sanitation Emergency, Disaster Relief Employment, Entrepreneurship Wild Card Waste Table
  • 18. we answer questions atglobalchallenge@mit.eduglobalchallenge.mit.edu