CALLING ALL TEENAGERS - Enter your idea in the Covinator Prize
In response to the current world Pandemic spread across the globe, we are reaching out to all the progressive teenagers with a problem solving idea to enter the Covinator Prize for a chance to receive full support to actualize your idea.
The world needs your solutions. CoronaVirus or COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered coronavirus. Most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment. Older people, and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are most likely to develop serious illness. With the increasing number of cases and death globally, there is an urgent need for solutions to tackle this pandemic. This is an opportunity for you to make a real impact.
All successful winners will receive
One week long fully sponsored trip to London in 2021 to take part in a business training at Pearson Collage London.
Opportunity to go to Los Angeles to spend time at the Dan Eldon Center for Creative Activism in partnership with Creative Visions Foundation.
Do you have a problem solving idea?
Accept the challenge - apply NOW!
With the increasing number of cases and deaths globally, there is an urgent need for solutions to tackle this pandemic. This is an opportunity for you to make a real impact.
#AdamStart is an international platform setup by Queens Young Leader, Board Advisor of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust and social-entrepreneur Mr. Adam Bradford. Mr. Bradford is an English social and political activist activist, entrepreneur and business adviser. He has acted as an adviser to young entrepreneurs internationally and worked to develop entrepreneurship initiatives in the United Kingdom. The AdamStart project is one of Bradford’s flagship programs to help young entrepreneurs scale their ideas and provide more employment opportunities. Currently in its 10th year, the project has reached over 10,000 young persons across 130+ countries.