Did you know that over 55 million students right now are out of school and unsure about their educational future?
With the unprecedented closure of every school across the country, state government, school districts, families, and students have been scrambling to adapt. Building on our innovative curriculum on Social Entrepreneurship, BUILD.org developed a virtual design challenge, asking students to create entrepreneurial solutions to help people stay mentally and physically well during COVID-19.
The Challenge will provide students, teachers, and parents an opportunity to create real solutions to one of the greatest challenges of our time and now, you can be a part of the impact.
BUILD prides itself in having our virtual content free and open to students and teachers across the nation and this could not happen without our generous donors, sponsors and supporters.
The BUILD’s COVID Virtual Design Challenge and future digital offerings are only made possible with the support of both individual and corporate supporters like you. Support comes in many forms.
We are currently looking for corporate partners to spread the word about the resource and get it into the hands of more students who are looking for ways to engage while in a distance learning environment.
As an official challenge sponsor, you have the opportunity to have logo recognition on all challenge materials, be a thought partner to help launch other digital offerings like Digital Badging & Virtual Mentoring, participate in the challenge or competition judging with your colleagues.
School & Community Partnerships
After over 20 years of successfully serving thousands of students nationwide, we are poised to scale our impact through digital platforms to ensure equitable opportunity by ensuring thousands more students and teachers have access to a high-quality education.
Learn more you can help students by brining BUILD’s turnkey distance-enabled Entrepreneurship Curriculum can be brought to a new school for a semester or the entire year!
For more information, email Ed Wilson at Ewilson@build.org