The Resolution Project is a global non-profit fostering youth leadership development through collaborative social entrepreneurship. Resolution Fellows receive dynamic, hands-on support to implement their ventures and develop as socially-responsible leaders. Eligible YA participants are encouraged to submit plans for a social venture in the Resolution Social Venture Challenge at the 2017 Summer Youth Assembly.
National Society of High School Scholars
The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) is a membership organization with a mission of recognizing academic excellence among high-achieving students. Through unique learning experiences, exclusive scholarships, valuable internships, international study opportunities and meaningful peer networks, they connect their members with resources to develop their strengths and pursue their passions.
Ideas for Action
Ideas for Action, a joint program of the World Bank Group and the Wharton School, works with students and young professionals around the world to develop ideas for financing and implementing the Sustainable Development Goals. Every year, they invite young leaders from around the world to share with us their ideas for how we can realize the 2030 development agenda.
Echoing Green has invested almost $40 million in seed-stage funding and strategic assistance in more than 700 leaders, challenging the status quo and making transformational change in their communities across the globe. Echoing Green’s Fellows include the founders of Teach for America, City Year, One Acre Fund, and SKS Microfinance, as well as a former First Lady, a mayor of Providence, RI, and the director of the largest environmental law center in the U.S.
Global Young Voices
Global Young Voices is a worldwide media outlet with a wide reach of over 190 countries alongside collaborations with organizations such as the UN Youth, the UN Academic Impact and the European Youth Forum. They are excited to be partnering with FAF for the first time at the 2017 Summer Youth Assembly at the United Nations.
The Youth Assembly at the United Nations
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