Olivia Davis and Lucy Friedland are interns at CarrotNewYork this summer. They spent two months learning about social impact marketing and developing a thought leadership project titled, Girls Inspired: You Can Be What You Can’t See. The following is part of what they learned this summer.
Getting started with social impact work can be challenging, especially if your organization is small (but mighty) and/or new to the space. Here are five steps your organization can take to launch a successful social impact program.
The first chatbot, named Eliza, was created in 1966. She was a “Therapy Bot,” designed to respond to typed input with corresponding output resembling natural language.
Ever Heard of Nudges? You Might Not Know You’re Being Nudged Everyday!
Choice architecture is the practice of influencing choice by changing the way in which options are presented to people. The concept is based on the principle that people do not make decisions in a vacuum.
This April, as we gear up to celebrate Earth Day, we need education more than ever. Like many issues, attitudes on the environment, energy, and climate change have shifted recently — in part due to politics. And when it comes to causes, politics can lead to inaction.
A look back at our predictions for 2017 revealed how companies got behind innovative programs to change education for good.
Here are three strategies we use when developing mission-based programs for adult learners.
Build the next generation of advocates with these fresh ideas on how to get kids involved in causes.
Be inspired by honest stories of individual courage, resilience, and the power to transform communities, organizations, and even the workplace in difficult times.