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Interested in Tech Innovation?
We are excited to announce that 2019 Social Innovation Youth Summit is coming to San Francisco this year. It is a unique event for young leaders who are interested in learning about tech innovations that are set to change the world.
Gooddler Social Innovation Youth Summit inspires a new generation of technology-oriented youth to invest their entrepreneurial brainpower into solving the world’s acute humanitarian problems. Please, share the information below with young people.
What: Gooddler Social Innovation Youth Summit (co-hosted with the United Nations)
When: October 19, 2019
Where: Google, San Francisco
Apply to pitch here
FREE for students. Parents are encouraged to attend!
CELEBRATING SOCIAL INNOVATORS! APPLY TO PITCH
Calling on young entrepreneurs. This year we will be celebrating young social innovators! If you have a tech solution that has the potential to make a difference in your community or in the world, apply here to pitch to a panel of investors and compete for $7000 in cash prizes, courtesy of Stat Zero Fund.
We all know that universities are now selecting students with the potential to make a difference in this world. Corporations are not far behind, recruiters are scouting colleges and competitors to get the brightest, active youth into their workforce. Add value to your personal portfolio by getting involved in global initiatives that change the world.
Gooddler Social Impact Youth Summit is one event you wouldn’t want to miss. Organized by Gooddler Foundation (501(c)3) in partnership with the United Nations (UNFPA) it will inspire youth to perceive global issues as opportunities and show a way to get personally involved in finding innovative and effective solutions.
Some of our current and previous speakers:
Ge Wang, founding director of the Stanford Laptop Orchestra (SLOrk) and Stanford Mobile Phone Orchestra (MoPhO); Co-founder of mobile music startup Smule; Designer of the iPhone's Ocarina and Magic Piano
Mike Cassidy, CEO of his fifth startup Apollo Fusion, GoogleX Project Loon (balloon-powered Internet for everyone)
Rikard Steiber, a Virtual Reality evangelist and an Angel Investor, President Viveport, HTC Vive
Dr. Jonathan Reichental, CIO for the City of Palo Alto (How drones and driverless cars will impact the future urban landscape)
During the Hackathon session on October 20th students will be able to tackle real life problems (separate registration is required, space is limited, contact us for more details).