Peter Samuelson, co-founder of the Starlight Children’s Foundation, will discuss America’s troubled foster care system with journalist/advocate Soledad O’Brien.
A musical theater company that encourages social change and a new venture dedicated to supporting the psychological well-being of orphaned children in China have been selected as grand prize winners of the 2014 NYU Reynolds Changemaker Challenge.
A team of NYU undergraduate won for Knowledge Access Initiative (KAI), which provides low-income high school students with support during the financial aid process.
The award-winning Student to Student aims to close the education gap by providing tutoring assistance to under-resourced middle school students who are striving to gain admission into New York City’s specialized public high schools.
The Marshall Commission names up to 40 Marshall Scholars from the United States annually, and this year selected recent New York University graduate Jessica Mason as one of them.
See how to apply for the 2012-13 Changemaker Challenge run by NYU Reynolds.
Student teams led by an NYU undergraduate can receive grants to bring socially valuable new ventures into existence.