Topic(s): Intertwining government, industry, university - from resistance to resilience
There is a Need for Connectedness in Policy Decision-Making
"Despite being more connected and online than ever, our generation will be the most isolated and economically unequal. Our proposal aims to reflect how the youth feel towards future prospects after being impacted by COVID. As students of these times, we understand the importance of highlighting ‘blind spots’ in policymaking by connecting...
Topics(s): Free tutoring services, student volunteerism, supporting elementary, middle, and high school students during an age of remote learning
“The work that Pandemic Professors is doing is personalizing academic support and assistance to individual students, incidentally through a methodology that we know [works] because there is a large body of evidence accumulated that tutoring makes a big difference.”
- Paul Reville, Harvard Professors, EdRedesignLab founder and former Secretary of...
Topics(s): Bridging the gap between technological skillsets and public policy solutions with a data-driven policython
The World's First Hack+Policy Event
Our partnered organizer, and affiliated collaborators, over at Merge are hosting a hack+policython event that engages young minds from different backgrounds to solve society’s most pressing challenges. An increasing number of youth are interested in making a difference in the world, but the majority of them aren’t given the opportunities and resources to get started. Furthermore, hackathons...
Topics(s): Coalition-building, free tutoring, undergraduate volunteerism, fundraising, supporting high school students during an age of remote learning
A Day of Remote Community Service
"Life for none of us has been a crystal stair, but there is something we can learn from the broken grammar of that mother, that we must keep moving. If you can’t fly, run; if you can’t run, walk; if you can’t walk, crawl; but by all means keep moving."
Recently, the Educational Nonprofit Coalition (ENC) and the...