In light of persisting and critical socioeconomic, cultural and environmental challenges that our city struggles with, our Social Entrepreneurship program empowers our own residents, especially our young adults, to take on these challenges by unlocking their visions, abilities and creativity through an incubator approach that seeks to create a more robust ecosystem of social service capabilities. This is a joint initiative with NYC Starting Up.Learn more
KOREAN HELP INITIATIVES
The Korean Help Initiatives utilize the KoreanHelp.org site as an easy-to-find, centralized location for resources & information and they bring together and coordinate organizations, professionals, academics and students for the advancements of Korean-Americans in NYC.Learn more
SOUTH ASIAN HELP INITIATIVES
Currently in their early stages, the South Asian Help initiatives are using the lessons obtained from the Korean Help initiatives to build a similar easy-to-find, centralized hub for resources and information capable of assisting the various South Asian Communities in NYC and foster collaboration among their various segments.
CLIMATE TECH NYC
We are currently recruiting for a new initiative that we are excited about, dealing with what may the defining issue affecting future generations, – an online publication to be housed on ClimateTech.nyc that would involve research and writing about policy, laws, technological developments and startup activity impacting the climate.
As arguably the world’s leading city, the course that NYC pursues can serve as a model for the rest of the world and team members would get a ‘front row seat,’ helping to identify the best way forward.
Some of our initiatives include government entities as coalition members, providing natural networking opportunities and we have also connected students with various elected officials who provide volunteer opportunities.