Corporate, Not-for-Profit Partners and Supporters:
- Fairleigh Dickinson University, Office of Global Learning
- Fairleigh Dickinson University, Institute for Sustainable Enterprise
- Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rothman Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- First Energy Foundation.
- Covanta Energy
- United Nations, Department of Public Information
- Constellation Energy Foundation
- TD Bank Charitable Foundation
- Urban League, Morris County
- Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia (GEM)
- Princeton University, eLab - Keller Center
- Administration for Children and Families - Human Trafficking - Students Opposing Slavery
- NYC Promise -NYC Promise - focus on STEM education and STEM-related jobs
Major funding for GLOBAL LEADERSHIP & SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE ; SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR IDEA CHALLENGE provided by:
SGAP students may participate in our partner’s activities, and events of interest. For instance, our SGAP intern participated in a week-long intensive Design Science: Global Solutions Lab hosted at Chestnut Hill College, PA.
His experience culminated with a team presentation entitled
at the United Nations' Human Rights and Human Development Symposium.
"... I’d developed a newfound confidence in my generation and our capability to enact realistic, positive global change. Greater than the certificate that I received was the treasure trove of international understanding and relationships that I walked away with." - Austin
Our Partner Schools
"My school has been fortunate enough to participate in the Student Global Ambassador Program over the last year and has cultivated an exciting relationship. The program incorporates experiential education that engages students in experiences that have both benefits and consequences to global issues."
"Last year our school along with several other New Jersey middle and high school students met at Fairleigh Dickinson University to develop and present an action plan/proposal for the Clean Water Crisis. This year we will join them again to discuss sustainability challenges."
L. Jones, Science Teacher - Mt. Vernon School