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Impact

A Network for Change

The Social Enterprise Initiative is a focal point for the creativity and energy of our worldwide community. This network includes students and alumni with backgrounds in all sectors who seek to engage in socially-driven pursuits at various stages of their personal and professional lives.

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Club Co-Presidents: A Conversation

The student-led Social Enterprise Club serves as a major vehicle for student interests, activities, and community building in and around social enterprise.

Social Enterprise Conference

An annual two-day conference held jointly with students from HBS and Harvard Kennedy School that provides a forum for exploring the synergies between all sectors to address critical social and environmental issues worldwide.

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Evolution of the Social Enterprise Conference

Adam Nathan 2015 | MBA The Social Enterprise Initiative (SEI) spoke with Adam Nathan, one of the leaders of the 2014 Social Enterprise Conference (SECON), to discuss its growth and evolution, as well as its unique value proposition to HBS students and the broader social enterprise community SEI: What do you see as the mission of the Social Enterprise Conference? […]

Alumni Clubs & Associations

Local and regional HBS alumni clubs offer a wide range of social enterprise activities including: social enterprise events and programs for alumni; volunteer consulting programs; events to benefit the local community; fundraising and capacity-building activities to support local nonprofit organizations.

Impact Stories

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Content & Community for Students

Molly Doctors and Sage Trombulak 2014 | MBA The Social Enterprise Initiative (SEI) spoke with Molly Doctors and Sage Ruth, the 2013-14 co-presidents of the Social Enterprise Club, to hear about the club and their thoughts on the broader network for change. SEI: Tell us about the Social Enterprise Club. Molly: Our mission is to inspire, educate, and connect leaders who aim to […]

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alumni work in social enterprise