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Dell competition

Event Date: 
January 1, 2011 (All day)

If you are interested to learn more about this opportunity, please read below and go to

To learn about the rules and criteria for entering the competition, please go to:

Do you know a student who wants to change the world?

The Dell Social Innovation Competition offers big rewards to university students who have great ideas to solve social issues, such as environmental sustainability, poverty alleviation or global health.

At least five winning teams will be awarded cash prizes totaling more than $100,000 and will be flown to Austin, Texas to participate in an expenses-paid Finalist Week-End! Other benefits of entering the competition include the chance to win fellowships in social entrepreneurship and one-on-one mentoring to further develop your idea if it isn’t already grand prize-worthy. Students at all levels of idea generation should enter!

Entering is easy: simply submit a 500-word (max) idea summary on the DSIC website. The competition is open to university students worldwide!
The deadline for entry is February 14, so forward this email to start spreading the word today about this opportunity to change the world!

The University of Texas at Austin and Dell are looking for university students around the world with innovative ideas to solve a social problem. We’re giving away more than $100,000 in cash prizes to at least five winning teams who will be flown to Austin, Texas for an expense-paid Finalist Week-End that culminates in a final pitch and awards ceremony.

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