Gladeo is proud to announce that we have won the Coaches Award and a Greater Good Society Fellowship at the 2017 Social Innovation Fast Pitch hosted by Social Venture Partners LA!
We are honored and excited to advance to the finals for this year's Social Innovation Fast Pitch program organized by Social Venture Partners Los Angeles!
As we begin another semester with our internship team, we are excited to introduce some fresh faces joining the Gladeo League this spring! Meet Aretha Dong- one of our new Graphic Designers in the Creator Team!
Welcome to the Gladeo League, Danny Shin! Danny Shin is an undergraduate Design Studies major at San Jose State University. An artist with an eye for detail, he strongly believes that an effective design can have a powerful impact among others. He hopes to apply this passion to big companies such Apple or Google through apps or graphic design in the future.
Meet Justin Styles - one of Gladeo League’s new writers and a member of the Reporter Team! A student at California State University, Northridge, Justin majors in Journalism and has a passion for writing and helping others. In his free time, he likes to write music, watch interviews and study popular culture. His interests include music, comedy, and songwriting.
Daniel Nguyen is one of our newest additions to the Reporter Team for Gladeo ! Daniel’s story began in Sugarland, Texas where he grew up reading and writing. He grew up as an avid Harry Potter fan and loved learning in school. Today, he is a Business student at Hofstra University Honors College on Long Island, New York.
Alejandra Padilla is a San Jose, CA native and is currently attending San Jose State University for a BA in Design. An avid tennis player since high school, Aly still keeps in shape by playing volleyball as well. While her other hobbies include painting and photography, she plans to focus on making more art projects that highlight issues in the US, such as women's rights and the environment. She aspires to use her creative eye to design either magazines or mobile apps in the future.
Meet Tyce Rose, our new resident League Audio Designer! Born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, Tyce has always had an affinity for the arts, especially music. He started playing the trombone in 5th grade, and was a member of marching band, choir, jazz band, and concert ensemble throughout high school. He moved to California and graduated from Cogswell Polytechnical College last year with a degree in Digital Audio Technology.
The Gladeo League would like to welcome Alice Shen, a new member of our Reporter team! A recent Journalism graduate from Boston University, Alice is looking forward to pursuing a career in multimedia journalism with a concentration in business and technology. One unique aspect that Alice brings to the League is her experience working with various media outlets such as CNN Beijing Bureau, Bloomberg Businessweek (Chinese Version), Caijing Magazine, and Milford Daily News.
We had another successful semester at the Gladeo League! Last fall, our college internship team went above and beyond in helping us spread the importance of career readiness and knowledge! Here's a round up of our achievements from last semester and what to expect this spring!
We are honored and excited to be chosen as a semi-finalist for this year's Social Innovation Fast Pitch program organized by Social Venture Partners Los Angeles!
The Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) is a leading charitable organization of the entertainment industry that harnesses the collective power of the entire industry to raise awareness and funds for critical health, educational and social issues in order to make a positive impact in our community and throughout the nation.
The Medical Experience through Service in Healthcare (MESH) group at the University of California - Los Angeles is a completely student-run group offering clinical assistance and public health programs to the Los Angeles area. Their target demographics are low socioeconomic status communities. MESH aims to offer different medical services to low socioeconomic status communities through blood pressure and body mass index (BMI).
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! This month, Gladeo will be featuring three exemplary non-profits that have made a positive impact by back to the community. To begin, we are featuring an organization that has fostered generations of youth with work-readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy skills- Junior Achievement.
On October 29th, Gladeo Co-Founder Michelle Cho conducted a workshop at the annual Getting Ready For College Conference hosted jointly by the Ed Fund, City of Richmond, and the West Contra Costa Unified School District. The event took place at the Richmond Memorial Auditorium and Convention Center, and provided students and their parents with workshops on post-secondary life and opportunities to start on the financial aid process.
Born and raised on the Pine Ridge Indian Reserve in South Dakota, Billy Mills did not have the easiest childhood. By the age of 12, he had no parents and was always surrounded by poverty. Despite all of the negativity surrounding him, Billy distracted himself with something that soon turned into a passion- running.
Charlene Teters possesses many masks. When she is not busy being a mother of two, she is teaching, creating art, or participating in multiple campaigns. Interestingly enough, she found a way to mesh all three activities together. From Spokane, WA, a descendant of the Spokane Tribe, Teters uses her voice and her art to protest mediums that appropriate her culture.
Tom B.K. Goldtooth, born Bruce Kendall Goldtooth, is an activist of many facets for the Native American population. Apart from being one of the most identifiable Native American rights leaders, Tom Goldtooth also focuses on climate and environmental as well as economic justice.
Oklahoma Native Joy Harjo is an influential poet, musician, and author. After she graduated from the Iowa Writer’s Workshop from the University of Iowa, she wrote seven books of poetry, several screenplays, played saxophone, and is a Professor of English and American Indian Studies at The University of Illinois.
Stomp Out Bullying is a leading organization dedicated to combating bullying and cyberbullying. Through social media campaigns, celebrity endorsements, public service announcements and other resources, STOMP Out Bullying works to educate students, victims, bullies, and families.
This October, Gladeo will be featuring organizations and influencers who spread awareness to the impact bullying has on today’s youth to celebrate National Anti-Bullying Awareness Month. According to the Center for Disease Control, students who engage in bullying behavior are at increased risk for academic problems, substance use, and violent behavior later in adolescence and adulthood. Fortunately, there are many resources available that can provide help, guidance, and comfort to adolescents facing bullying. Learn about how Boo2Bullying is changing the world. #DontBeTheMonster
We have a new Creator in the Gladeo League! Meet Lynn Donahue, our new graphic design artist from Ex'pression College!
Without knowing a word of English, Beto Perez came to Miami, Florida from Cali, Columbia to pursue the American dream; today he is one of the top Hispanic entrepreneurs in America.
On July 27th, Gladeo Co-Founder Michelle Cho attended the Annual SparkPoint Retreat as a keynote speaker. SparkPoint, an organization created by United Way Bay Area, gives guidance to locals to help them achieve their financial goals through one-on-one counseling. Read the full story here!