We are a unique organization that serves as a social entrepreneurship incubator targeted towards the students in the Bay Area of California. We provide advantageous and cost-free programs like philanthropic workshops, mentorships, and competitions to encourage and enable the aspiring youth to effectively implement their ideas to innovate our community.
Project Cultiv8 is actively working towards the interests of our students, our community, and our partners here in the Bay Area. If you are interested in being involved in our organization, please contact us!
Interested in Being More Involved?
Do you want to make an impact on the students in your community? Are you interested in being more involved in Project Cultiv8's initiatives? Do you share our goals of innovating the world through student creativity?
Now is your opportunity! We are eagerly seeking new partners in the community to be involved with our organization. We encourage not only professionals but the youth in the Bay Area to personally reach out to us who are more interested. Thank you for your support.
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ABOUT PROJECT CULTIV
Our mission is to cultivate high school students’ ideas of positively changing their communities and accelerate student initiatives by providing direct consulting and mentorship.
MEET THE FOUNDERS
Daniel is currently a student attending Dougherty Valley High School in San Ramon, California.
Daniel's inspiration for co-founding Project Cultiv8 came from his own passions to change the world for the better and enable students of similar passions to implement their unique innovations in society.
He aspires to be an entrepreneur and spends his time working with technology startup companies and charitable non-profits local to the Bay Area, providing over 90 students different internship opportunities in the past two years.
Madhav is currently a student attending Dougherty Valley High School in San Ramon, California.
After experiencing firsthand the difficulties students face when attempting to make a change in a world run by adults, he wants to use Project Cultiv8 to enable teens to pursue their philanthropic ideas, providing them with the resources they need to succeed.
His personal nonprofit interest is the application of microfinance to help alter the lives of third-world entrepreneurs for the better. His initiatives involve efforts in finance technologies.
Sanjana is currently a student attending Dougherty Valley High School in San Ramon, California.
Sanjana has always believed in a student’s ability to make an impact. Her inspiration to start Project Cultiv8 grew from her belief that age should never be a barrier to creating a positive impact on the community.
She actively holds leadership positions in multiple non-profit organizations, receiving national recognition for her speaking ability, and she hopes to pursue her passions for social change beyond high school.