We believe investing in next-generation social change talent is a powerful route to solving the world’s biggest problems.

In 2013, Echoing Green’s work was driven by our goals to deepen support to our Fellows, incubate a movement of young people seeking to discover their unique path to social change, share our twenty-five year perspective with the sector at large, and fortify our own capacity for growth. Here, we present a snapshot of the year’s activity and impact, which lays a foundation for Echoing Green to grow our programs in years to come.

 


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I. SELECTING TOP TALENT
II. DEEPENING FELLOW SUPPORT
III. BUILDING A LASTING COMMUNITY
IV. INCUBATING A MOVEMENT
V. BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE PLATFORM


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I. SELECTING TOP TALENT

We believe that a competitive process for Fellowship selection drives social entrepreneurs to better hone their ideas and elevates top talent for a diverse portfolio.

   


 

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II. DEEPENING FELLOW SUPPORT

We believe that individualized support from a trusted advisor who can provide access to our world-class network, increases Fellows’ potential for lasting impact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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III. BUILDING LASTING COMMUNITY

We believe investing in an interconnected, loyal ecosystem amplifies the commitment of our community to supporting one another, and to achieving their visions for social change.

 

 

 

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IV. INCUBATING A MOVEMENT

We believe there is a long-lasting opportunity for social change that lies in equipping and inspiring young people to seek and enact their unique purpose early in their careers.

 

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V. BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE PLATFORM

We believe investing in our organization fortifies our role as a twenty-first century leader in the social innovation movement.



                     


 

 

 

 

 

 
 



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