New York Institute 2013
About the 2013 New York Institute for Social Innovation :: In June 2013, 90 proven leaders will participate in the New York ‘13 Institute for Social Innovation – the gateway program to the StartingBloc Fellowship. The NY ’13 Institute will be a transformative five-day experience that equips global leaders with the skills and the network needed to catalyze lasting change.
The 2013 New York Institute (June 6 - 10, 2013) will take place at the Design for Social Innovation, School of Visual Arts at 136 West 21st Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10011.
The NY ’13 Institute program will consist of:
- Progressive Education.Participants learn from leading industry practitioners about the latest in corporate social innovation, social entrepreneurship, cross-sector partnerships, and lasting change.
- Skills training.Through entrepreneurial casework and interactive activities, Candidates for the Fellowship learn important leadership skills.
- Resource Networks.Participants create deep, lasting relationships with peers through team projects and experiential workshops.
As a result of participating in the Institute, Fellows will gain the resources and the tools needed to launch and manage successful, innovative, cutting-edge projects and ventures. Since inception in 2003, StartingBloc has mobilized thousands of young change agents to pursue their passions and drive social change around the world.
Applications for the 2013 New York Institute are currently closed. Check out the application dates for the 2013 Detroit InstituteThe 2013 New York Institute will take place June 6 - June 10.
Here are some important dates to keep in mind ::
NY '13 Institute tuition due :: March 15
NY '13 Institute :: June 6 - June 10
The tuition for the Institute for Social Innovation is $1000. Program Tuition includes food and tickets to the Launch party. Accommodations are not included but discounted group rates are available.Excited to get a jump on 2013? Leave us your name or nominate a friend to apply.
Curious? Take a look at moments captured from the NY '11 Institute