Chicago Ideas Week, October 17-23 is a seven-day festival featuring over 200 global thought leaders and innovators speaking on a variety of topics ranging from leadership and life’s lessons, to science and technology, to the most pressing issues of the day and the most creative insights in entertainment.
In addition,The Bluhm/Helfand Social Innovation Fellowship application is now open. It is for social innovators, 35 years and younger, whose non-profit and for-profit ventures are using sustainable models to tackle pressing social challenges, and who are affecting measurable impact in their fields.
The Global Poverty Project (GPP) is looking for interns who are passionate, focused and organized to work with the GPP's U.S. Campaigns Team for Spring/Summer 2016. The internship is 20 hours a week and paid.