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The GOOD Pop!Tech Social Innovation Fellow

Pop!Tech is an annual gathering and network of visionaries shaping the future. From scientists to social entrepreneurs, poets to polar explorers, Pop!Tech helps world-changing people and ideas take flight. This year, the brand new GOOD seat in Pop!Tech's renowned Social Innovation Fellows Program will..


Pop!Tech is an annual gathering and network of visionaries shaping the future. From scientists to social entrepreneurs, poets to polar explorers, Pop!Tech helps world-changing people and ideas take flight.This year, the brand new GOOD seat in Pop!Tech's renowned Social Innovation Fellows Program will offer one person an all-expenses paid, life-changing experience: a year of access to world-class mentors, bleeding-edge resources and spotlight on the Pop!Tech stage. Our Fellow is an emerging leader working to transform the future of America, using a breakthrough approach to a pressing social challenge. Have you seen our Fellow?NOMINATIONS for the GOOD Pop!Tech Social innovation Fellow open February 1. Nominate someone using Pop!Tech's form here. Make sure to mention that you heard about the program through GOOD.

LEAR MORE about the Pop!Tech Social innovation Fellows Program at poptech.org/fellows

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