Updates from Social Entrepreneurship (14 January 2016)

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Got an invention that can impact the world?

Apply to E-Team Grant Program by 1/27
Students! VentureWell’s E-Team Grant Program cultivates opportunities for collegiate technology entrepreneurs like yourselves by providing early-stage support and funding of up to $25k. Deadline to submit is 1/27. More info here.

Meet the NOLA ’16 Starting Bloc Institute

We are excited to still be accepting applications for our second-ever New Orleans Institute. NOLA has a thriving social impact ecosystem and is reach with history and inspiration. Join us for 5 days in May and become part of our international Fellowship.


D-Prize Competition

D-Prize wants to award you up to $20,000 to alleviate poverty Select one of our global health, energy, education, or corruption challenges and then pitch your two page idea to D-Prize. Up to 15 winners will be awarded seed capital and given support to launch a pilot. Join the competition here.

Alternative Spring Break- Human Trafficking

ASB flyer

Our topic is Human Trafficking and we will be going to San Diego. No cost to students! We will be working with non-profits that focus on survivors and legislative reform, as well as taking time to explore the city.

Katie Colleran
UCAE, Center for Leadership Development and Social Action
Bryan Center 005A

Next up for Triangle Startup Weekend: Social Impact

The region’s first Startup Weekend for social ventures is on tap for February, bringing together a growing number of local innovators in sustainable and social business.


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