JHU Social Innovation lab bootcamp
A program of the
Social Innovation Lab at Johns Hopkins University
In partnership with
Baltimore Corps' Elevation Awards
OSI-Baltimore's Community Fellowships
Do you want to change your neighborhood or the world?
Are you currently leading a community organization, nonprofit, or mission-driven business?
Do you have an idea for a project or organization you’d like to start?
Do you want to learn how to transform an idea into a project or organization that makes an impact?
If you answer yes to any of these questions, you should attend our Bootcamp!
Each year, through a competitive application process, Social Innovation Lab selects up to ten promising non-profits and mission-driven businesses and provides them with funding, mentorship, and more to help them make an impact and grow. This Bootcamp is a one-day, condensed version of our program for people who want to gain or enhance the skills essential for launching and leading a community project, nonprofit, or mission-driven business. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Since launching this program in 2016, we've held four bootcamps that have equipped approximately 250 community members and students with the skills and connections to create change. Some participants have gone on to be selected for Social Innovation Lab's cohort program, win a Baltimore Corps Elevation Award, or become an OSI-Baltimore Community Fellow.
Gain skills and make meaningful connections:
At this Bootcamp, you will learn:
This Bootcamp is ideal for:
PROGRAM DATE AND LOCATION
Saturday, March 24th
9 AM - 4 PM
725 N Wolfe Street
The Social Innovation Lab (SIL) at Johns Hopkins University accelerates ventures that create change and opportunity in Baltimore and beyond. SIL does this by providing funding, mentorship, office space, and workshops, to help innovative non-profits, mission-driven companies, and disruptive technologies develop and grow into thriving, sustainable ventures that make a measurable impact.
To learn more, view our 2017 Impact Report.
Questions about the Bootcamp? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org