Band Together. Build Bridges. Empower Women.

by Atlas Corps
Vetted
Oct 15, 2012

Your Support Inspires Award-Winning Global Leaders

Did you know that when you support Atlas Corps you invest in award-winning global leaders?

Did you also know that when you support Atlas Corps on Wednesday, October 17, your contribution is matched  30%?

Here are a few highlights from our award-winning Fellows as they impact the world one day at a time. Atlas Corps is the intersection where talent and opportunity meet to inspire results. We experience it everyday as our network achieves impact around the globe. Together, we are a global community supporting our shared commitment to positively impacting our world.

I invite you to celebrate these achievements by Giving 30% More to Atlas Corps - October 17 Bonus Day! All donations will be matched by 30% this Wednesday, October 17. So, give early and invite friends!


World Summit Youth Award Winner: We just received news that Aldo Arce (Mexico, Class 9, Host: National Audubon Society) is a World Summit Youth Award Winner as announced by the United Nations Global Alliance for Information and Communications Technology. This special award is a unique global contest which select and promote the best young nonprofit leaders who use internet and mobile technology to put the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) into action and make a difference. Aldo was selected out of 1,224 projects from around the world and he is the only winner from Latin America.

 

Hina and EstherTop 99 Under 33: For the second year, Atlas Corps is thrilled to have multiple honorees on the Diplomatic Courier/Young Professionals in Foreign Policy list of Top 99 Under 33 Foreign Policy Leaders. Our 2012 honorees include: Anna Kolesnichenko (Russia, Class 6, Host: ICMEC), Hina Mushtaq (Pakistan, Class 7, Host: PHI - pictured left), Vithika Yadav (India, Class 1, Host: Free the Slaves), and Danielle Goldberg (USA, Class 3, Host: Give to Colombia).They join 2011 honorees, Katia Dantas (Brazil, Class 3, Host: ICMEC ) and Pinky Pradhan (India, Class 3, Host: PAI). This initiative captures the creativity, determination, and passion of young people tackling the world’s critical global challenges. 


Nigerian Youth Hall of Fame:
It is our honor to announce Esther Agbarakwe (Nigeria, Class 6, Host: PAI - pictured left) and Mikang Longjan (Nigeria, Class 8, Host: PAI) as recent inductees to the Nigerian Youth Hall of Fame, announced annually as part of the Nigeria Independence Anniversary Celebration.

Remember! Give 30% More to Atlas Corps - October 17 Bonus Day! All donations will be matched by 30% this Wednesday, October 17. So, give early and invite friends! 

 

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Location: Washington, DC - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.atlascorps.org
Project Leader:
Scott Beale
Founder
Washington, DC United States

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