Foundation / Corporation
Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)
12/15/21 11:00 PM EST
Competition for USA, Canada, and International youth or youth teams, ages 13-24, to present solutions to global challenges, as identified by the United Nations. Applicants must submit the first round of applications before moving up to the second round. Groups must brainstorm and submit original ideas. Finalists will be asked to write a one-minute pitch video describing their solution.
WSI competitors tackle some of the biggest global issues, from climate change to hunger, poverty, inequality, and injustice. WSI wants you to think BIG and come up with an innovative idea to help protect the planet and improve the lives of people around the world.
There are seven innovation challenges being offered in the Fall 2021 challenge cycle:
GrantWatch ID#: 165282
Three prizes awarded for each of seven challenge categories.
The 1st place finisher receives $1500 USD, the 2nd place finisher receives $600 USD, and the 3rd place finisher receives $300 USD. Teams are expected to divide prize money equally among members.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Nomination page: https://wsi2021.skild.com/
To register: https://wsi.skild.com/skild2/wsi2021/registerLeader.action#skild-content
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