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2020 Ideas to Serve (I2S) Competition Finals (Virtual)

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Wednesday, April 15



Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business



Ideas to Serve is going virtual this year! For more information, visit our ILSI Facebook page.

Collage of I2S Event FinalsIdeas to Serve is going virtual this year! For more information, visit our ILSI Facebook page. 

Are you working on a project that can improve a social/environmental problem? Are you working on a project with a nonprofit and want to amplify their message? Submit your project for the Ideas to Serve Competition!

Your application package should include: an Executive Summary of the social issue area you are exploring and a short video pitch. For more details about the application process please review the Application section on the I2S website. Here you can also find resources and information about Prizes, judges, and the format of the Finals Poster Showcase.

Ideas 2 Serve focuses on the in-depth understanding of a social/environmental issue a student is passionate about, supporting an in-depth discovery of that particular problem.

Students who are interested in understanding complex problems and/or involved in community - based grassroots efforts to address such problems but don't have an "innovation" can be part of I2S - strengthening the "serve" component of it.

Participation in the Ideas to Serve Competition fulfills the Final Deliverable requirement for the SLS Innovating for Social Impact Program

Join us to see what social issues GT students are exploring and solving at this year’s Ideas to Serve Finals. Vote for your favorite projects, enjoy some pops, get a cool t-shirt, take a fun pic at the photo booth, and win some raffle prizes.

We will award several teams in both tracks and all teams are eligible to compete in our specialty awards (Best Video, People's Choice).

Participating in I2S also fulfills the Final Deliverable requirement for the Serve-Learn-Sustain Innovating for Social Impact Program.

List of teams and judges will be available shortly.

I2S funding is made possible through the generous support of our Georgia Tech and Community Partners:

The Cecil B. Day Program for Business Ethics (Solution Discovery Track Awards)

Center for Serve - Learn - Sustain (Problem Discovery Track Awards)

Steven A. Denning Technology and Management Program

Design Bloc Georgia Tech

LEAD Program

Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business


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