In the past 2 years Jolkona has run 7 cohorts providing mentorship & training for 51 social entrepreneurs from 7 countries and 47% of our alumni are women founders. Your support will enable Jolkona to expand our program to even more countries.
Studies show 63% of women have never had a formal mentor. Jolkona provides women access to mentors that can help them create scalable solutions to the world's greatest problems. Since our...
Over half of the population in Laos is under the age of 24. Jolkona seeks to inspire these young people, especially young women, to develop their entrepreneurial ideas and to create...
Help us clear the path for world-changing ideas! Donate to the Jolkona Catalyst program to provide funds our organization needs to design, plan and run each of our cohorts.
Amar Desh Amar Gram puts the power of technology directly into the hands of farmers and their families providing ecommerce training and an online marketplace for them to sell their goods.
Since 2013, Synergy Entrepreneur Academy has inspired thousands of Indonesian youths and has helped hundreds of them to become the real entrepreneurs.
DanaDidik is a crowdfunding site for micro student loans.
iTrade works with smallholder farmers to market and export integrated coconut products.
Bina Karya provides entrepreneurship training to underprivileged communities.
Marici creates beautiful handmade fashion accessories and empowers women through job opportunities.
Bedah Campus promotes higher education to the high school students in remote area through online mentorship.
IMI creates cost-effective mobile experiential science learning tools.
Jolkona is happy to to offer an internship opportunity to Seattle University student Grace Wall. Grace joins the team as a Program Associate intern and will work alongside our Executive Director to gain firsthand nonprofit experience. She will contribute to the growth and development of Jolkona’s...read More
Jolkona was thrilled to kick off our current one-week cohort. Charley Haley lead the first session and conducted a number of group activities that got the group working together right away. The entrepreneurs were divided in small groups to discuss some very important questions...read More
It’s a Sunday morning in Seattle, and this year’s Boost program participants have just arrived. Five social entrepreneurs from Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Cambodia have traveled here to learn essential skills from top mentors. After a week of immersive workshops, these five entrepreneurs will go...read More
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