About The Resolution Project - Social Venture Challenges and Resolution Fellowships
The Resolution Project was founded in 2007 to develop and empower young leaders so they can pursue socially responsible solutions to issues affecting communities around the world. We designed our Social Venture Challenge (“SVC”) to be an inspiring call to action for university students with an idea for a social venture and we created the Resolution Fellowship to be an ecosystem of support to help them implement their idea and develop as socially responsible leaders. Resolution’s SVC is a business plan-style competition designed to inspire university students to propose solutions to pressing social issues around the world.
The Resolution Project identifies and activates young social entrepreneurs through a robust Fellowship program that provides funding, mentorship, and access to world-class resources to promising undergraduate students. To date, nearly 500 Resolution Fellows, have impacted well over 2.5 million lives, in 79 countries, and have launched more than 300.
Learn more about how we are empowering young leaders today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=gP-Lzb_OD-A&feature=emb_logo