Tony Shu is a rising senior at Harvard College studying a special concentration in Housing and Urban Innovation. He is the co-founder of Breaktime, a social enterprise that launches the careers of young adults experiencing homelessness through employment and empowerment. Breaktime’s specific niche is as a transitional employer between preliminary training programs and the broader workforce. Breaktime gives young adults experiencing homelessness a stepping stone of hands-on work experience with supplemental vocational training and one-on-one career mentorship to nurture universally applicable hard and soft skills and launch their careers. At Harvard, Tony is also a Cheng Social Innovation Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School and an Undergraduate Technology Innovation Fellow (Roberts Family Fellow) at the Harvard Business School and Harvard Paulson School of Engineering.