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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

    Advancing Energy Efficiency in Small Cities Workshop on Thursday, March 15th from 9am to 4pm at Georgetown University’s downtown campus (640 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001).  The workshop is designed to create a full day of interactive dialogue on the best practices developed by participating cities in the Georgetown University Energy Prize.

    Finalist communities will be co-leading thematic dialogues including both industry sectors as well as the processes of community innovation. Confirmed participants include representatives of the cities of Bellevue, Bellingham, Berkeley, Chula Vista, Fargo, Montpelier, Takoma Park, and Walla Walla as well as the District of Columbia.

    Leading experts from national organizations advancing energy efficiency and innovation will attend, including the U.S. Department of Energy, Johnson Controls, World Resources Institute, the U.S. Green Building Council, Institute for Market Transformation, American Public Power Association, National Energy and Water Infrastructure Exchange, as well as the Georgetown Climate Center and Georgetown University’s Global Social Enterprise Initiative.

    Invited participants include representatives of cities that participated in the Georgetown University Energy Prize, as well as select government, industry, foundation and academic leaders. By facilitating the exchange of knowledge and experience, the workshop seeks to celebrate the innovative, replicable and scalable practices that collectively saved 11.5 trillion BTUs of energy, reduced carbon emissions by over 2 million metric tons, and saved nearly $100 million during the recently concluded Georgetown Energy Prize.

    Students should register by completing the brief Workshop RSVP form.  Please note that there is no registration fee for the workshop and a networking breakfast and lunch will be served. Participants are responsible for their own travel and lodging. Questions regarding workshop logistics -  please reach out to Adrianna Smith (


  • External Opportunities

  • 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.


  • 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.