Join The Under 30 Changemakers Network
Who We Are
2,000 social impact leaders, activists, and artists from over 67 countries who have adopted at least one of the world's toughest problems.
We come from a wide variety of backgrounds from privilege to poverty. It is our differences in life experience that allows to bring varying opinions to the table. We encourage the dissenting voice, the Misfit, who is brave enough to speak their truth.
What We Do
The Under 30 Team empowers its members to believe in themselves. Solving global issues can be a mental game battling doubts and fears, and you do not have to do it alone. We come together to inspire each other, offer peer support, but most of all believe that we are capable of realizing our goals. Start where you are, stumble, pick yourself back up again. No matter what happens, you have a community there with you through it all.
All Members Receive...
Access to our closed Facebook Group where we offer peer support and opportunities like job postings, press/media coverage, recommendations, and more!
Invitations to our Changemaker Events, which include Changemaker Chapter meetups around the world and our largest gathering of community members, Changemaker Summit.
A chance to be featured in our annual book, Stories of Purpose, with over 50 other Changemakers who share why they do what they do.
A Members-Only section of this website packed with resources like our Impact Measurement
The online Library of Babel, filled with e-books for any entrepreneur's area of study.
Connect with other Changemakers locally through our Under 30 Network Directory. You can link up with members from around the world to ideate, collaborate, or just have fun.
Facilitated Support Groups that happen online via Google Hangouts or Zoom. We choose a personal topic such as team leadership or identity to provide a container for the conversation. Everything said within a support group stays confidential and private.
A Few of Our Changemakers
Joseph D. Luzukin
Joseph is attempting to create the first viable and financially accessible vehicle capable of taking humans to near space and beyond. He has had a history of launching successful tech startups and is focused now on making space accessible to the masses. He is currently running a Kickstarter to raise $100,000 to afford a secondary launch site for the first manned mission in August, during the Great American eclipse, to avoid potential weather concerns. If successful, Joseph believes the technology and the exposure created for this event will allow for the masses by 2018 to go tour near space for less than $10,000 per person versus the current $225,000 it costs today.
Dillon is a Vincentian Queen's Young Leader, One Young World Ambassador and an award winning poet. Dillon is passionate about youth development, environmental issues and issues affecting women and girls specifically domestic violence.