As a student, there are certainly ways to get involved with the Social Enterprise Institute beyond the Field Research Study.
Students interested in enhancing their academics as social entrepreneurs can take courses offered by the College of Business Administration in Social Entrepreneurship. Learn more →
Students can take advantage of our domestic volunteer opportunities, by assisting with the Domestic Micro-finance Fund or the Citizen Schools Apprenticeship Program. Learn more →
Students can join the awareness and action network with other students interested in the area of social entrepreneurship by joining student led organizations such as the Social Enterprise Institute Student Association. Both students groups are catalysts for activities and programs offered by the Social Enterprise Institute dedicated to social business and civic engagement. If you are a student group on campus or an organization seeking partnerships with the Social Enterprise Institute’s Domestic Programs or the University wide Urban Engagement Initiative, please contact SEISA at firstname.lastname@example.org