The Stand Up Take Action project is a global campaign for the elimination of poverty through standing up, to appeal to world policymakers in the hopes of achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a United Nations Development Program.
(About MDGs, please look at this website http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/mdgoverview/)
These stand up action is world wide scale, and raise awareness of people to make change.
We SEED member showed our support for MDGs by taking pictures of “Stand Up Take Action”. I submitted to it to Website in Japan, and our votes as a member of SEED will be counted as Japanese report.
Story by: Kaede Doi
York College of Pennsylvania Elevator Pitch Competition
Round 1 – your pitch recorded electronically!
You have 3 minutes to present your business idea via a private YouTube video! Those who score in the top 10 will be invited to give their pitch live to a panel of judges on Nov 21.
Sign up before November 1st!
2 Minutes to Win It
The N.C. Entrepreneurship Center (NCEC) at UNCG is sponsoring the third annual “2 Minutes to Win It” business idea contest, open to full-time students who are at least 18 years old at UNCG, NCAT, Greensboro College, Guilford College, Bennett College, Elon University, Guilford Tech and High Point University. Prizes will include $1,000 for first place, $500 for second place, $250 for third place and $250 for best presentation.
Entering is easy. Students develop original ideas for any type of business or social entrepreneurship venture. The only exceptions are that ideas can’t be franchises or something that has already been started by the student. Students can enter multiple times, but all ideas must be submitted online by Oct. 11.
Entrepreneurial Thinking in Science
A head injury in 2003 ended Chris Nowinski’s career with WWE and led him to co-found an institute “dedicated to solving the sports concussion crisis through education, policy, and research.”
FREE Tickets for Chris Nowinski
You don’t need tickets for our Startup Cafe events but it helps us gauge how many people we should expect so we can make this event even better! Help us out by getting tickets on Eventbrite for our “Entrepreneurial Thinking in Science” event with Chris Nowinski!