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Competitions, Events, Fellowships, internships, and career opportunities in business, society, and impact are available to Georgetown students and alumni. Students may also participate in social enterprise related events

  • Georgetown Opportunities

    The McDonough Business Strategy Challenge (February 6-10, 2018) - A non-profit case consulting competition organized by Georgetown University, and primarily sponsored by the McDonough School of Business. The client of the MBSC is always a non-profit organization in 501-3(c) status. The Business Strategy Challenge seeks to bring together teams from undergraduate universities from all around the world. The teams engage in a weekend-long competition during which they come up with unique and sustainable solutions to the client’s problems. All of this is rendered possible due to the generous support of our sponsors. 

    The Georgetown Environment Initiative (GEI) is announcing the Fall 2017 Call for Proposals for the Georgetown Environment Initiative Impact Program.GEI brings together faculty and staff across Georgetown’s campuses – from business, foreign service, the humanities, law, medicine, public policy, the sciences, and the social sciences – to contribute Georgetown’s scholarship to the Earth’s stewardship. Through the GEI Impact Program, we welcome opportunities to seed new directions and new collaborations for environmental research, seminar series, educational programs, and outreach programs that show significant potential for attracting external financial support for their future expansion. Click here for the Proposal Requirements.

  • External Opportunities

  • Patagonia Case Competition

    Deadline: Register your team by December 18

    2018 Case Topic: Patagonia's goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2025.

    Learn More

  • Climate CAP: The MBA summit on Climate, Capital and Business.

    March 23-24, 2018
    Fuqua School of Business, Durham, NC, USA

    Are you prepared to respond to the financial risks and opportunities of climate change? 
    Trillions of dollars of assets are at risk.  The opportunities are just as large.
    Join MBA students from around the world for ClimateCAP: The Global MBA Summit on Climate, Capital, & Business
    to learn what every MBA needs to know about the business implications of climate change.

    Our business school partners include programs at WhartonHarvardStanfordLBSMichiganCornellUNCMITNYU, and Yale.  Students from any business school are invited to attend.


  • Global Entrepreneurship Movement - INNO2017

    Global Entrepreneurship Movement - INNO2017:  Awarding $100,000 USD to a startup anywhere in the world with a trans-formative idea that can be scaled in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region.


  • Benjamin Kane Gupta Fellowship

    The Benjamin Kane Gupta Fellowship is a year-long fellowship for young professionals and graduates from accredited higher education institutions to apply skills learned in the classroom to the meaningful work of international public- private partnership creation and management in the Department of State’s Office of Global Partnerships.