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Ideas to Serve Competition

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Transcript of Ideas to Serve Competition

Georgia Tech
Ideas To Serve
Do you have an idea for solving a social or environmental problem?
How does the competition work?
March 12, 2015: FINAL DEADLINE
For more information: visit ile.gatech.edu
or contact Dori Pap at:

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Prepare 1 standard-sized poster
At the Poster Showcase, meet judges as they
circulate through the room, pitch your plan,
and answer questions about your project
Mark your calendar with all the important dates and deadlines! Check out the 2015 I2S Calendar here:
See poster requirements at:
Enter I2S and compete for $20,000 in prizes while receiving valuable feedback on your project from experienced social entrepreneurs
Want more information?
Read over the PDF documents here:

Video Pitch:
Record a 60 second video showing the judges your best "elevator pitch"

From the executive summary and video pitch submissions, judges will select finalists to compete for top prizes at the poster showcase
Executive Summary:
Write a brief (2-4 page) summary outlining the problem you are solving and the way you are solving it
(Template available on the I2S Website)
BUT it's not over for teams that are not selected as finalists. Everyone is invited to compete for specialty prizes at the Poster Showcase.
Note: feedback will be provided to all teams between round 1 and the Poster Showcase. Try to incorporate the feedback into your pitches and posters!
Fill out a simple form and provide a brief (1 paragraph) description of your project. The link to the Intent to Compete form is available on the I2S website.
At the bootcamp, you'll practice your pitch, learn valuable tips for succeeding in
the competition, and receive feedback on your project.
Specialty Prizes:
*Finalists are eligible for Top Prizes and Specialty Prizes
*All non-finalists are eligible for Specialty Prizes only
Submit a mentor request form to be matched with a mentor who can provide valuable feedback, advice, and guidance throughout the process.
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