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.

A series featuring today's foremost visionaries and disruptors discussing real-world implications, opportunities and challenges of future trends. 

News

Tuesday
9
4

15 Women Entrepreneurs From Saudi Arabia Visit U.S. To Develop Their Pitches

Deborah Amos , NPR

A Washington, D.C.-based tech incubator is hosting women entrepreneurs from Saudi Arabia who work on social problems through apps.

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Tuesday
8
28

Saudi women entrepreneurs grow their ventures at US incubator

Olivia Hampton, Agence France-Presse

Reem Dad, a 22-year-old from Saudi Arabia, is developing a platform for pilgrims and tourists to experience a virtual reality tour of Medina, one of Islam's...

Friday
8
24

NUSACC hosts 15 Saudi women social entrepreneurs

The National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC), in partnership with Halcyon Incubator, recently hosted a delegation of 15 Saudi women social...

Monday
8
20

Saudi Women Pitch Their Dreams at Halcyon

Selma Khenissi, The Georgetowner

Dreamers from all over the world are imbued with an unshakeable sense of hope. This held true for a group of plucky Saudi Arabian women who took part in a...

Saturday
8
18

Saudi women incubate creative ideas for community development

The Halcyon Incubator fellowship on Friday concluded a program in Washington, DC for a group of Saudi female pioneers in social development.

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Monday
7
30

Halcyon’s hosting international entrepreneurs in D.C. — and eyeing a global expansion

Sara Gilgore, Washington Business Journal

"Halcyon’s modeling the new intensive program after its own bread and butter: its 4-year-old incubator fellowship. It’s a way to use the Halcyon House space...