Are you part of a student-run initiative that's working to maximize impact for a cause, issue or communities you care about, through volunteering, fundraising, and/or awareness efforts? Do you have an idea to Do Good on campus, in your community, or globally?
Register today and join more than 1,000 students across campus who are doing good on and off campus to compete for the chance win prize money and get your organization’s name in front of a panel of high-profile judges and hundreds of supporters and professionals.
- Step 1: Registration: You must create a registration profile with your team logo, a description of the project or venture, a list of your team members, and selected social issue. Click here to see registration profiles of current teams.
- Step 2: Application: Teams submit an application (previously Final Report) to provide information about the project or venture accomplishments, activities, and impact. The application includes information about your team type, team track, social issue, and activities. You’ll also need to know information about each of your team members, such as class standing, majors/minors, graduation year, and more. You can apply here.
- Step 3: Semi-Finals: Applications are reviewed and scored by a panel of judges. Between 10-15 Semi-Finalists may be selected. Teams selected as Semi-Finalists must prepare a slide deck presentation and present a 5 minute pitch with 5 minute Q&A session at the Do Good Challenge Semi-Finals. Semi-Finals will take place in the STAMP Student Union.
- Step 4: Finalist Coaching Sessions: Semi-Finalist applications and presentations are reviewed and scored by a panel of judges. Three teams from the project track and three teams from the venture track will be selected as Finalists. Finalists will work one-on-one with a coach to refine a final version of their pitch and presentation to present at the Finals event.
- Step 5: Finals and Showcase: Between 6-8 teams will be selected to be featured during the Reception Showcase. Six finalists will deliver a 5-minute pitch in front of an audience of 700+ followed by a Q&A with a panel of field expert judges.
Once you register, be sure to take advantage of the opportunities the Challenge offers, including Mini Grants, coaching and mentoring, and so much more. And, be sure to keep track of your progress and impact made before final reports are due on Sunday, March 31, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.