The Global Social Enterprise and Development Fellows Program seeks to develop students’ entrepreneurial skillsets and mindsets through both coursework and experiential learning. The innovative, hands-on program includes skills-based courses, participation in an Innovation Lab, client-engagement projects, and access to a network of entrepreneurial mentors and peers. Learn more about the fellows program and how to apply. The deadline to submit your application is September 15.
Business can do good and it’s not about philanthropy! Interested in learning how companies do well by doing good through their business? Want to understand how companies work with nonprofits and with government to solve social challenges? Apply to be a Global Social Enterprise Initiative Student Leader. Tell us why you should be a GSEI Student Leader. Email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Learn more here.
The Georgetown University Energy Prize, a $5 million incentive competition to reduce America’s energy consumption, announced a list of 52 communities who have been selected to advance to the Quarterfinalist round of the competition.Read more.
Measuring Success, Carly Pippin, discussion with Bill Novelli on how organizations of all sizes can use data to make smarter decisions. Read more.
The American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) together with Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) and the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative’s StartupHoyas today announced the Rural Entrepreneurship Challenge. Read more.
The US National Advisory Board to the Social Impact Investment Task Force issued a report titled, “Private Capital, Public Good: How Smart Federal Policy can Galvanize Impact Investing—and Why It’s Urgent”. Read more.
Bill Novelli, Co-Chair of the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC), joined AHIP Foundation at the Bipartisan Leaders of Senate Committee on Aging Rountable to raise awareness around advanced illness care. Read more.
Baby boomers want to stay in their own homes as they age, but most aren’t willing to put much into making sure that happens, a newly released Georgetown University survey study found. Read more.
Can opportunities for impact investments – dollars that yield both financial and social returns for investors – be increased if policy adjustments are made? Read more.