Calling All Young Social Entrepreneurs!

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Do you (or someone you know) have the passion, entrepreneurial spirit, work ethic and commitment necessary to bring the power of a FeelGood Grilled cheese to your college campus and help end world hunger?

If you answered with a resounding YES, then read the following message from our friends at FeelGood, a program that transforms students into life-long social entrepreneurs and responsible global citizens. FeelGood has been investing in The Hunger Project since 2004.

Dear Friends,

In the coming school year, FeelGood (FG) will be launching 10 new chapters at universities across the country. To support student leaders in this process, 10 FeelGood Fellowships will be awarded - and applications are now open!

The purpose of the FG Fellowship is to equip student leadership teams with the necessary resources, network and skills to successfully launch and operate FG chapter delis at their institutions over the coming academic year! The FG Fellowship includes up to $800 of investment capital the first year, on-demand consulting, access to marketing, branding and educational materials as well as training camps and international service trips.

Chapters awarded FG Fellowships are committed to joining us at our first annual Big Cheese Summer Training Camp in Santa Cruz, CA, July 28-August 1, to meet the amazing leaders of our movement and prepare to start up in the Fall of 2010.

To learn more, visit the FeelGood Fellowship Homepage.

Love, peace and cheese,
The FeelGood World Team

About FeelGood

FeelGood is a program that transforms students into life-long social entrepreneurs and responsible global citizens - a.k.a. "changemakers." Their mission: End world hunger in our lifetime.

Their process is simple: a grilled cheese sandwich. FeelGood empowers college students to run non-profit Delis on their campuses, specializing in grilled cheese sandwiches. At these FeelGood Delis, students develop the practical, hands-on skills necessary to run a business, launch effective educational campaigns, and initiate substantive dialogue about the root causes of and solutions to poverty, and our responsibilities as global citizens. 100% of the profits the students raise are invested in organizations with a proven track record of sustainably eradicating extreme global poverty and empowering self-reliance. FeelGood has been investing in The Hunger Project since 2004.

Visit their website.