Brownieland Partners with Georgia Tech to Produce Video for the I2S Program 

Brownieland recently created a video in partnership with Georgia Tech showcasing the Ideas to Serve (I2S) program. As a part of the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact’s Ideas to Serve (I2S) program focuses on community collaborations and promotes an in-depth understanding of social and environmental issues locally and globally. In the 2022 season, student teams worked with Atlanta area community partners and civic entrepreneurs. A series of hands-on workshops and discussions, complemented by conversations with front-line experts, equipped participants with broadly relevant problem-solving tools and skills they can apply in any career. Students who aspire to learn from a community partner/civic entrepreneur, those who want to affect change in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs), and those who are wondering how they can make a real, lasting, and appropriate difference in other people’s lives are ideal candidates for I2S. Watch our video to learn more about this incredible program!

The Georgia Tech Institute for Leadership offers a variety of programs for the Georgia Tech community:

The Impact Speaker Series is a monthly series of meaningful conversations free and open to all. ​​The main goal of the Impact Speaker Series is to engage students, faculty, staff, and the broader community on topics that matter through conversations and presentations by leaders and entrepreneurs from all sectors. 

The Leadership for Social Good Study Abroad Program in Central and Eastern Europe offers interested students the opportunity to gain insight into global civil society, learn about the challenges of creating and leading effective and sustainable social enterprises, and make a positive impact by working closely with a nonprofit organization in Hungry. 

Through the Social Impact Fellows program, the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact partners with nonprofit and community organizations in Atlanta by connecting them with Georgia Tech students with a passion for social impact by facilitating supported internship opportunities. 

The minor in Leadership Studies is designed to provide students with in-depth knowledge of leadership theory, skills, and practical experience through a rigorous, multi-disciplinary program of study. 

Georgia Tech’s Pro Bono Consulting Program is aimed at helping not-for-profit organizations based in Atlanta resolve key strategic challenges and provides exceptional educational and personal growth opportunities for motivated student participants.

The Excel Alumni Program was established to sustain and enhance the gains of the Excel Program at Georgia Tech. The goal is for alumni of the Excel Program to maintain their social networks, career development, health, and independent living skills while continuing to grow in all of the dimensions of their life. 

The mission of the Cowan-Turner Servant Leadership Program is to promote the understanding and practice of servant leadership at Georgia Tech and to make a positive contribution to creating a culture that reflects the principles of servant leadership. 

The Georgia Institute of Technology is a leading research university committed to improving the human condition through advanced science and technology. The Georgia Institute of Technology is a top 10 public research university with nearly 40,000 students who study in person at the main campus in Atlanta, Georgia Tech-Lorraine in France, Georgia Tech-Shenzhen in China, and through distance and online learning. For more than 135 years, the people of Georgia Tech have dared to imagine and create solutions for a better future. The innovative culture and leadership continue for Progress and Service for all. Find out more about Georgia Tech HERE.

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