Former Social Innovation Award winners, finalists, and semifinalists impact thousands of students, families, and communities in our nation by bringing new solutions to the most persistent problems contributing to educational inequity. Previous award winners are working across 25 cities and 5 countries. The areas of impact vary from parent engagement to legal representation, diverse school models to health and wellness. They win prestigious awards, fellowships, and business plan competitions, including the Echoing Green Fellowship, The Ashoka Fellowship, the Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition, the Yale School of Management Education Business Plan Competition, the Harvard GSE Education Entrepreneurship Summer Fellowship, and the Forbes 30 Under 30.
SOCIAL INNOVATION AWARD WINNERS IN ACTION
Over the past four years, the Award has provided $600,000 in seed grants and in-kind consulting support to fifteen early stage social ventures seeking to solve the most persistent problems contributing to educational inequity.
Learn more about how award winners are making a difference with students and families in the communities we serve.
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THANK YOU TO OUR 2015 SUPPORTERS
Teach For America is deeply grateful to The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, The Doris and Donald Fisher Fund, , and Joyce and Larry Stupski for sponsoring the 2015 Social Innovation Award and helping to seed innovation among our growing network of corps members and alumni.
THANK YOU TO OUR 2016 SUPPORTERS
Teach For America is deeply grateful to The Doris and Donald Fisher Fund, and The Einhorn Family Charitable Trust for sponsoring the 2016 Social Innovation Award and helping to seed innovation among our growing network of corps members and alumni.