The MIS’s Civic Incubator in video
Through a training program lasting just over three months, project leaders have the opportunity to develop their projects to a level of maturity that allows them to move to the deployment and financing stages.
Civic Incubator in video
Watch this video produced in collaboration with the winners of our 2018-2019 cohort.
Who is the Civic Incubator program for?
This program is for agents of change who want to bring projects with strong social and environmental impact to their communities and whose projects are still at an early stage of development. Citizens, collectives, non-profit organizations and aspiring social entrepreneurs who have an idea with strong positive impact, but do not yet have a legal entity, proof of concept or a defined business plan, can submit their projects in the framework of the MIS Civic Incubator’s calls for projects.
Following a selection process conducted by a jury, about ten projects are selected and their leaders are integrated into a cohort of winners to participate in a program, valued at $10,000, which includes a commitment of about fifteen hours per week for a little over three months.
This program is equally relevant for public or private foundations, businesses, organizations or government bodies seeking to enhance the impact of the projects they fund. Indeed, the Civic Incubator helps them reduce the risk of their investments by accompanying thei
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The potential realization of a positive-impact project idea—one that has long been brewing in the back of their minds—has motivated over one hundred change-makers to join the MIS Civic Incubator.
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- Cohort 2022,
“Thanks to our project, young people will be able to create links between themselves and their peers. They will become actors in their neighborhoods and ambassadors for bike culture in…