Our Programs

Equipping early-stage social entrepreneurs with the support they need to transform audacious ideas into scalable and sustainable ventures, and change the world.

At the intersection of art and social impact, this nine-month fellowship supports emerging artists with bold ideas of how art and creativity can be forces for social impact.

A series of high-level discussions among global leaders, experts and innovators, focusing on major topics—including implications of robots for global society, emergency management strategies, and social impact-based sciences.

News

Friday
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One man’s plan to fight sexual assault: Have the victims band together.

Petula Dvorak, Washington Post

Halcyon Incubator fellow, Ryan Soscia, shares his story behind the founding of JDoe, an anonymous, digital reporting platform for sexual assault...

Monday
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First Annual By the People Festival Features Dialogue and Art

Halcyon annouces its launch of By The People; a new, inclusive, international arts and innovation festival that facilitates connection and celebrates...

Sunday
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Halcyon Arts Lab Fellow, Georgia Saxelby, Opens “To Future Women” at The Phillips Collection

The Phillips Collection

To Future Women is an interactive artwork that marks the anniversary of the Women’s March through the platform of art. Created by artist Georgia...

Wednesday
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This Halcyon Incubator Fellow is Transforming How Veterans Manage Amputation Pain

Sam Sabin , DCINNO

Skimming through crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter or GoFundMe, you find an abundance of wearable tech devices. One wants to help parents’ monitor their...

Thursday
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Halcyon Incubator Fellow Sherry Lachman Authors New York Times Op Ed: The Opioid Plague's Youngest Victims

Sherry Lachman, New York Times

Our stunning failure to care for our most vulnerable children is a cause and devastating consequence of the opioid crisis that is ravaging towns around the...

Tuesday
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Sustainable Protein: a Startup Solution

John Gilroy, The Oakmont Group: Students vs. Startups Podcast

Our students are Ricardo Real and Ukenna Nwampa, graduates from the Technology Management Program at Georgetown’s School of Continuing Studies....