MF Executive Director Winthrop Carty explains what he learned about co-design when working together with a community in Ghana to solve their trash problem.
Last month, around 100 fellows, educators, speakers and friends of the Melton Foundation gathered for the 2015 Global Citizenship Conference (GCC) in Hangzhou, China, a week-long event which brings students and professionals from 6 countries together to learn from one another, collaborate on projects and turn ideas into concrete action.
Senior Fellow May Garces reflects on her Melton Opportunity after attending the MIT Practical Impact Alliance Co-Design Summit in Ghana.
“What does it mean to let go of a heroic journey to become a sidekick?” The question was at the center of this year’s Millennium Campus Conference (MCC), which assembled over 500 delegates from 50 nations across the world at the United Nations Headquarters. Melton Fellow Oluseun Joaquim reports.
Last week, “a team of passionate fellows, young and old, embarked on an amazing mutual learning experience.” Hear the Deep Dive team talk about their experience at Mañuco School in Chile.
Senior fellow Raphael Richards and executive director Winthrop Carty joined Convener.org’s session on great facilitation techniques that avoid the snooze and instead ignite people’s interest and participation.
As part of a Melton Opportunity grant, fellows attended the United Social Entrepreneurship Conference in Hong Kong, an annual conference that gathers young social entrepreneurs from across Asia and empower them by sharing stories of successful social start-ups from the HK area. Fellow Nickhil Kumar shares his experience.
Last week, I had the amazing opportunity to attend a UN seminar on Global Citizenship Education, convened by the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations. Here’s why it was a big deal.
As preparations for the next Deep Dive begin, fellow Olaf Schiller draws lessons from his follow-up visit to Haiti, one year after the Deep Dive team had left. Here’s what he found out.
Senior year, many say, is the best and the worst time of their high school career. For me it was the time of pressure, standardized testing, college letters and, worst of all: prom. (No, I’m kidding – prom was awesome!) But there’s something in this list that never in my wildest dreams I would have imagined would happen to me, and that was traveling to the Middle East.