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How would you change the world with $50,000?

Entry to the 2011 Dell Social Innovation Competition is now open!

At a time when more and more of the most complex problems require fresh ideas and insightful innovations, we are seeing the rise of social entrepreneurs who are acting as change agents all around the world. Through the Dell Social Innovation Competition, the RGK Center and Dell challenge and encourage aspiring student social entrepreneurs to bring innovation and change to today’s most pressing social issues.

College students worldwide are invited to enter the 2011 Dell Social Innovation Competition for a chance to win $50,000 in seed funding to turn their ideas into a new business or nonprofit with a mission to change lives for the better.

Are you a college student with a world-changing idea? We encourage you to share it by entering the Dell Social Innovation Competition online at: The entry deadline is February 14, 2011.

Along with students, the public invited to comment on, vote for and discuss the ideas in the online community forum. The RGK Center introduced the Social Innovation Competition in 2006, awarding more than $200,000 in prizes to student social entrepreneurs. Learn about our previous winners here.

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