THE RESOLUTION PROJECT
Founded in 2007 by WorldMUN alumni, The Resolution Project, Inc. is a U.S. 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to fostering youth leadership development around the world through collaborative social entrepreneurship.
Their Vision is a generation of socially-responsible young leaders with a lifelong commitment to social responsibility.
Their Mission is to develop socially-responsible young leaders and empower them to make a positive impact today.
Their Resolution is a unique pathway to action for inspiring young social entrepreneurs, growing a global community of socially-responsible leaders.
Are you an undergraduate with an idea for a social impact? Do you need money and mentorship to turn that idea into reality? Pitch your idea in the Resolution Social Venture Challenge at the Harvard National World United Nations!
WHAT IS THE RESOLUTION SOCIAL VENTURE CHALLENGE?
The Resolution Social Venture Challenge (SVC) is a multi-step competition designed to inspire undergraduate students to propose impactful, socially-responsible projects that address pressing social issues around the world. SVC Winners are provided lifelong Resolution Fellowship!
WHAT IS A RESOLUTION FELLOWSHIP?
A Resolution Fellowship is a unique and full ecosystem of support for aspiring young social entrepreneurs, including seed-funding, mentorship, resources, and access to a global community of like-minded peers.
There are currently over 350 Resolution Fellows working in 70 countries in diverse, high-impact fields such as human rights, energy, environment, education, technology, and community development. In the past year, select Resolution Fellows have been featured in the first ever United Nations Youth Solution Report, Forbes 30 under 30, Shark Tank, and on-stage with U.S. President Clinton!
HOW CAN YOU PARTICIPATE IN THE SVC?
Are you eligible? SVC participation is only open to undergraduate WorldMUN attendees. Venture ideas must not have received prior institutional funding or support and should be in the early stages of implementation.
Submit your venture proposal! Registration links will be emailed to all undergraduate WorldMUN attendees. Individuals and teams can then sign-up and complete a multi-step proposal outlining their proposed social venture’s implementation and sustainability. (Step 1: February 7th; Step 2: February 21st; Step 3: February 28th)
Pitch in the SVC Forum: Semifinalists will showcase their proposed venture to students and judges in an informal, science fair-like setting.
Pitch in the SVC Finals: Finalists will give formal presentations about their ventures, followed by question and answer sessions with a panel of judges.
All students who register for WorldMUN 2018 will receive details on how to register. If you do not receive an email, please reach out to email@example.com.
WORLDMUN SOCIAL VENTURE CHALLENGE 2018
Link to information about WorldMUN 2018 Social Venture Challenge (SVC):
Step 1: February 9
Step 2: February 16
Step 3: March 2