Interested in tackling a tough social or environmental issue? Want to change the world for the better? Curious to hear what Stanford resources are available to you? Attend the first annual Stanford Social Entrepreneurship Exchange.
Obendorf Hall, Zambrano Building, 3rd floor
Knight Management Center, Graduate School of Business
This event welcomes undergrads and graduate students across campus—from those who are just learning about social entrepreneurship to those who are ready to launch a social venture tomorrow, and everyone in between!
So, What is Social Entrepreneurship?
Hear it from Greg Dees, the man who defined it and is often described as the “father of social entrepreneurship”
They did it! Why not You?
Success stories by alumni social entrepreneurs
Pitch for Good!
What makes a good pitch? JD Schramm, faculty director of the Stanford GSB Communications Initiative, has the inside story.
Social Entrepreneurship Open House
Discover resources from relevant Stanford departments, centers, programs, and student groups.
Stanford Venture Studio Tour
Could this be the first home of your new venture? Find out from the Stanford GSB Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Free food and drinks. For more information, contact Allen Thayer.
- Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES)
- Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, Graduate School of Business
- Center for Innovation in Public Healthcare
- Center for Social Innovation, Graduate School of Business
- Food and Agriculture Resource Management Club, Graduate School of Business
- Haas Center for Public Service
- John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships
- Office of Technology Licensing
- Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (PACS)
- Program in Healthcare Innovation, Graduate School of Business
- Program on Social Entrepreneurship, Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law
- Social E-Capital
- Social Innovation Club, Graduate School of Business
- Stanford Entrepreneurship Network
- Stanford Public Policy Program
- Stanford Social Innovation Review
- Stanford Urban Studies Program
- Sustainable Business Club, Graduate School of Business