Capstone – Project

Launch the School of Social Justice to train the next generation of Martin Luther Kings

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Project Synopsis

Launch online education platform to teach people how to address the major problems society faces, including racism, sexism, human rights abuses, poverty, inequality, health inequities, and environmental damage.
Activities include: 1. Production: Creation of video content that can teach people the skills, strategies, tools, and tactics to practically change the world. 2. Distribution: Sharing content online across multiple communication challenges, including email, YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, Spotify, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. 3. Growth: Reaching new audiences in the UK and US, mainly between 18-35 years old, through creative organic methods. 4. Business Development: Building partnerships with brands and organisations. 5. Patrons: Securing 2,000 patrons to enable the school to be financially sustainable. 6. Fundraise £150k from foundations and trust and HNWIs. 7. Curricula development: Plan inaugural pilot online course to be taught in Q1 2023.
Success: - NYU APA students learn a lot of life-lasting lessons - NYU APA students enjoy the experience, and want to continue contributing to efforts related to education and social justice - SSJ teaches a larger number of people worldwide how to change the world Metrics: 1. Number of patrons / % increase 2. Amount raised for fundraiser 3. Impressions / % increase 4. Engagement / % increase 5. Number of registrations for pilot course

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Company Information

CompanySchool of Social Justice
HQLondon, United Kingdom
StageEstablished Startup
Hiring PotentialFollow-on Projects, Formal Internship, Entry Level Full-Time, Upper Level Full-Time

Company Overview


Experiential Learning Program Details

SchoolNew York University (NYU)
Engagement FormatCapstone - Small Team Consulting Project - Students work in consulting teams of 3-5 directly with faculty and client liaisons on developing real solutions to real-world challenges.
CourseAdvocacy Annual Capstone Program – NYU Wagner (Fall ’22, Spring ’23)
  • All Graduate
Students Enrolled3-5 students per project
Meeting Day & TimeMondays 6:45-8:25 PM ET
Student Time Commitment4-7 Hours Per Week
Company Time Commitment2 Hours
Duration33 Weeks

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Industry Mentors

Company Admin

Alvin Carpio

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Academic Mentors


Elizabeth Larsen 

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