3rd Annual LearnServe Incubator Pitch Competition

Wednesday, April 5th @ 5:30 pm – RSVP here

Share your voice and lend your expertise as you select the recipient of the LearnServe Incubator‘s Audience Choice Award!

Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center

901 K Street NW
11th Floor
Washington, DC 20001
(near the Mt. Vernon Square and Gallery Place-Chinatown metro stations)

Reception at 5:30 pm
Program from 6:00 – 7:30 pm
RSVP here

Our LearnServe Incubator students are now ready to share their big ideas that may well change the world!

Meet the entrepreneurs behind: a low-tech tool to teach coding; a campaign building libraries in Pakistan; a new effort to combat Islamophobia; and opportunities to engage high school students in philosophy and African American historyamong others.

Incubator Projects

Alex | College for Teens by Teens – Demystifying the college admissions process.
Alida and Brendon | Beautiful Minds – Introducing high school students to philosophical inquiry.
Cambridge | The Carter Project – Support for women who have suffered miscarriage or stillbirth.
Christopher | BlackEd Perspective – Introducing African American history through art.
Deja and Deonna | In My Opinion – Strengthening teens’ self-confidence, to combat sex trafficking.
Diana | The She is Me, He is Me Campaign – Destigmatizing mental illness.
Fabrice | Fab Food and Fitness – Expanding opportunities for students’ health and nutrition.
Faysal | Beyond the Stereotype – A digital campaign to address Islamophobia.
Hannah and Zoha | HER – Improving girls’ education in Pakistan through school libraries.
Jared | The Elevator Project – Workforce development to help lift families out of poverty.
Madison | Cardboard Coders – Low-tech tools to teach coding.
Noah | The Love Catalyst – Support for teens wrestling with mental illness.
Sophia | Do Something DC – Catalyzing meaningful service opportunities for teens.