Solv[ED] Solutions Event

On March 25 and 26, 2022, the Solv[ED] Solutions Event will bring together young people from around the world who are passionate about making a positive impact on their communities and the world.

The two-day virtual event convenes the Solv[ED] Member community, selected Solv[ED] Innovators, and applicants to the Youth Innovation Challenge to inspire and support them on their social innovation journeys.

On Friday, March 25, from 9am - 12pm ET, students among the Solv[ED] Member community will convene alongside the 20 Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge Finalists to get an insider look at the lives and work of Solver teams and Indigenous Communities Fellows. They will have the opportunity to meet and collaborate with other innovators from around the world, sign-up for one-on-one coaching sessions with mentors in our community, and contribute to others’ innovative solutions.

Saturday, March 26, from 9am - 12pm ET, will feature the announcement of 10 selected Solv[ED] Innovators, as well as the recipients of prizes. The main stage will feature conversations with high profile social impact leaders and interactive sessions will give attendees the chance to share their ideas and receive feedback from peers. Interested in attending or having your students attend the full event? Learn more about Solv[ED] membership here or reach out to solve@mit.edu.

Who can attend the Solv[ED] Solutions Event?

Our program on Friday, March 25 is reserved for our 20 Solv[ED] Challenge Finalists and for students at Solv[ED]’s member organizations*.

Our program on Saturday, March 26 is open to all Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge applicants, our 20 Solv[ED] Challenge Finalists, and students at Solv[ED] member organizations*.

Solv[ED] Member Organizations include MIT, FIU, Wayne State University, Nagoya University, UPAL, Universidad de los Andes, Tec de Monterrey, Learn with Leaders, Anant University, T. A. Pai Management Institute, Força Meninas, World YMCA, American University of Beirut, Empowered, and UNESCO Center for Peace.

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