[TIC] Social Innovation Lab Opportunities
Posted at 5:09pm Feb 18, 2012
The Social Innovation Lab is pleased to announce the following opportunities for Carey business students to work on student projects for social good:
Mike Smith (JHSPH): MiSmith@jhsph.edu
A membership-based encrypted phone application coordinating NGOs at the scene of a disaster. Disaster Link allows NGOs to see each other and to understand where their specific capabilities are most needed.
Help in the inspirational stages of a web application to be used in international natural disasters. Help needed in the financing and distributing of the application.
Networking Health (JHSOM): email@example.com
Using existing technologies, Networking Health seeks to customize and implement an easily portable electronic medical records (EMR) software system aimed towards better integrating Baltimore’s clinics for the homeless and the underserved into the larger healthcare infrastructure.
Networking Health has the following opportunities for Carey students:
Work with Networking Health leadership to design and implement a self-sustainable revenue model for the growth and expansion of the non-profit organization.
Work directly with current and prospective clients, as well as industry partners to expand the reach of the organization.
The WashMap Project
Chris Kelley (JHU WSE): firstname.lastname@example.org
Billions of people make do with unsafe water and inadequate sanitation treatment; development projects that aim to fix this usually cost too much, achieve too little, and leave no public record. The WashMap Project is building a clearer picture of the remaining steps to universal water and sanitation, by mapping the world's knowledge of where these needs are unmet, who is working to meet them, and how.
The WashMap Project is building a basic market research service for rural water and sanitation development worldwide. Come get involved in a chance to do good business and business for good!
The Social Innovation Lab