Chelsea Clinton also revealed the winner of the CGI U 2017 Commitments Challenge...The winning commitment is Dream Chasers, which raised more than $18,000.
More than 750 New Student Commitments to Action Announced at 10th Annual CGI University Meeting
During the 10th annual Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) Conference in Boston Oct. 13-15, Dream Chasers won a Crowdrise fundraising competition and set the record for most money raised ($18,025) by any single group. For his efforts, Wilson was congratulated by Chelsea Clinton, Congressman Joe Kennedy III and former president Bill Clinton.
Wilson ’18 Wins Fundraising Competition at Clinton Global Initiative University Conference
In the summer of 2013, Wilson registered a non-profit under the name “Dream Chasers.” Like most successful startups, Dream Chasers started out as little more than a rag tag group consisting of A.J. and a few of his closest and most trusted friends. Yet less than half a decade later, his non-profit has worked with over 5,200 students.
A.J. Wilson ’18 Cultivates Grassroots Mentorship with Dream Chasers
Dream Chasers led by AJ Wilson ’18, Rhea Drozdenko ’18, Julian Payne and Celina Cotton is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to closing the academic and opportunity gaps in the South and Midwest through peer mentorship, events and workshops, and community engagement.
Patricelli Center Awards Seed Grants to 3 Student-Led Ventures
The organization was created to “encourage the academic dreams of all students through education and training using various programs and a community of like-minded students” and so far it seems they’re on the right track.
Meet The Dominion High School Dream Chasers!
Recipients were selected from a pool of finalists who submitted written business plans and pitched to a panel of expert judges comprised of alumni, parents, students, faculty, and community partners. Applicants were assessed on their project design, leadership qualities, and potential for social impact.
2017 PCSE Seed Grant Winners Announced