Yale

The Program on Social Enterprise (PSE) supports scholars, students, alumni, and practitioners interested in exploring the ways in which business skills and disciplines can be harnessed to most effectively and efficiently achieve social objectives. PSE facilitates work on nonprofit and public sector social entrepreneurship as well as initiatives in private sector social enterprise. Our activities […]

UW – SEC Club

Social Entrepreneurship Club UW: promoting social entrepreneurship at the University of Washington.  Our mission is to empower students to become social entrepreneurs by instilling the basics of business strategy and the process for starting and maintaining an organization.  We have meetings every other Tuesday at 6pm in Savory 260, during which we provide students a […]

Vanderbilt

In today’s global business world, companies and executives are often required to consider the competing demands of business, individuals, society and the environment.  Leading businesses are recognizing that corporate social responsibility and sustainability initiatives are good for people, society and the planet, as well as effective business strategies for improving the bottom line.  At Owen, […]

Stanford

Rapid change in our world and in managed organizations demands a focus on preparing for the future. The Stanford Graduate School of Business produces leaders and ideas that empower and improve organizations.  Our mission is to create ideas that deepen and advance our understanding of management and with those ideas to develop innovative, principled, and […]

Seattle University

This executive graduate degree program was developed specifically for those who lead, or aspire to lead nonprofit organizations.  As an executive degree, the program offers opportunities to network with and learn from experienced peers while also working with a distinguished mix of instructors drawn from Seattle University faculty, practitioners and training professionals. Effective nonprofit executives […]

School for Social Entrepreneurs

The School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) exists to provide training and opportunities to enable people to use their creative and entrepreneurial abilities more fully for social benefit. SSE supports individuals to set up new charities, social enterprises and social businesses across the UK. The SSE runs practical learning programmes aimed at helping develop the individual […]

Presidio Graduate School

Presidio Graduate School’s MBA program prepares students to be skilled and visionary managers in any field or enterprise.  Today’s business professionals must not only lead successful organizations but understand the many complex and interdependent issues that define sustainability, from climate change and cleantech to stakeholder engagement and social responsibility.  Mastering them requires both a new […]

Pepperdine

In light of the major social and economic issues around the world, the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) has established a new degree which will empower students to effect change at the local and global levels.  With a course curriculum that builds business, management, and leadership proficiency, the 40-unit master of […]

Oxford

The Skoll Centre is a leading academic entity for the advancement of social entrepreneurship worldwide.  We foster innovative social transformation through education, research, and collaboration.  The Skoll Centre at University of Oxford’s Said Business School is a leading academic entity for the advancement of social entrepreneurship worldwide. We foster innovative social transformation through education, research, […]

NYU – Stern Berkley Center

If you’re thinking now’s the time to finally get that idea you’ve been kicking around in your head off the ground, we can help. Through an array of co-curricular activities, the Berkley Center equips students, alumni, and researchers from across NYU’s campus with the skills, know-how and ability to launch and grow sustainable ventures. For […]