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From supermarket waste to affordable college textbooks, many social entrepreneurs have set their sights on solving everyday local problems as well as the big global ones.
This week, we caught up with Josh Nadzam, a Sullivan Award winner in 2012 and the co-founder of the On the Move Art Studio. He told us about what the studio is doing to spread positivity and confidence to neighborhoods across Kentucky. Can you tell me about the On the Move Art Studio? I’m the […]
Finals are almost over, and winter break is in sight! With the end of the fall semester approaching fast, you’re probably headed home for the holidays and a lot of well-earned rest. But after you’ve slept for a solid week and spent some quality veg time, what are you planning to do with the rest […]
As winter starts to settle in (maybe a little early for some of our tastes), we start thinking about things like hot chocolate and warm fires and nights spent inside with the people we love. It’s an exciting time of year, but it’s also a good time to think about those who may not be […]
Yesterday, the U.S. experienced one of the biggest midterm elections in decades. Voter turnout soared from a little under 37 percent in the 2014 elections to somewhere north of 49 percent. Young voter turnout increased by a whopping 188 percent. But now, the elections are over, and some of us may be feeling a sense […]
This year, the Sullivan Foundation held our first-ever college-sponsored Ignite Retreat. Penn State University’s Schreyer Honors College partnered with us to host an Ignite Retreat this September on the Penn State campus. The event was free to all PSU students, and we had forty attend. The weekend was an amazing time of connection, inspiration, and […]
This weekend, ninety-four students and a couple of dozen faculty came together in Black Mountain, North Carolina for a weekend of inspiration, learning, and discussion about social change. We had six facilitators, three tracks for students to choose from, and about forty-eight hours dedicated to exploring how to save the world. These numbers are a […]
Originally written July 20, 2018 by Joseph Darius Jaafari The environmental nightmare that comes with our over-reliance on plastic products is no joke. So what can you do to help? We have a few ideas … It’s now in vogue to ditch plastic straws, with Starbucks and a handful of other retailers phasing out […]
Sullivan alum Nolan Moore still carrying the torch of volunteerism two years on In 2014, when Nolan Moore was graduating from The Citadel with a major in history, he’d already amassed quite a service resume. His efforts included travels to Sri Lanka and Guatemala, where he worked on English language learning and youth engagement. Those […]
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