MIT PKG IDEAS Social Innovation Challenge grants more than $60,000 to student-led teams to address pressing societal issues
The Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center's IDEAS program empowers teams partnering with communities to tackle a range of social challenges.
The Congo Clothing Company, founded by Milain Fayulu SM ’22, funds job training for survivors of sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
More than $1 million in funding available to selected Solver teams and fellows.
Bridging careers in aerospace manufacturing and fusion energy, with a focus on intentional inclusion
Joy Dunn ’08 helps solve the world’s greatest climate challenges while creating an open and equitable working environment.
Alumni-founded Quipu Market offers loans and other financial services to entrepreneurs through its online marketplace.
IDEAS awards more than $50,000 in grants across six student-led teams to develop projects addressing social and environmental challenges.
The Practical Education Network cultivates a version of MIT’s hands-on teaching methodology in low-resource communities.
MIT spinout Safi Organics uses farmers’ crop residue to make an organic fertilizer that can increase yields and improve soil health.
More than $1.3 million in funding available to selected Solver teams and fellows.
Six new IDEAS teams receive grants to continue developing their work with communities.
SourceTrace offers a suite of software tools to improve the profitability, sustainability, and transparency of agricultural supply chains around the world.
Seven teams of MIT social innovators receive funding to continue their ventures.