About The GivingPoint Institute
The GivingPoint Institute is a 10-month entrepreneurial training program that provides a cohort of high school students with tools and resources needed to be social entrepreneurs for causes they are passionate about. Students participate in monthly workshops sponsored by corporate and community partners which include, but are not limited to: Strategic Business Planning, Budgeting, Branding, Marketing, etc. to learn how to launch community projects, awareness campaigns, and/or nonprofit organizations.
The Westminster Schools, Junior
Xavier is a second-year GPI student who returned to the program to complete the mission he started last year, which is improve literacy rates among kids.
The Lovett School (K-12), Junior
Rebecca's project will seek to help disabled children.
The Lovett School (K-12), Sophomore
Haley's project will be focusing on animal welfare issues.
The Westminster Schools, Senior
Edward is the other half of Brothers 4 Literacy and Life.
Want to be in the next class?
Students must be members of GivingPoint. They must have at least 100 hours of community service, create a dedicated social project to apply to the program, and have two professional references. If you’ve met this criteria and want to make a difference, click here to apply!
Want to know what goes on in one of our workshops? Click here to check out some footage!