The reinvigorated Duke Real Estate Club provides its members with an exciting opportunity to learn about the vast real estate industry and establish connections through networking opportunities. The club hopes to elevate student interest in real estate as a profession.
The Sanford School of Public Policy’s Social Entrepreneurship and Policy Initiative (SEPI) has a mission to provide opportunities for and leverage the skills of students in the Master of Public Policy (MPP) program through ventures, leadership, and education in social entrepreneurship and policy in four core areas: community, career, curriculum, and collaboration.
With more than 50,000 student and professional leaders from over 300 volunteer-led chapters across the globe working for a sustainable future, Net Impact empowers a new generation to use their careers to drive transformational change in the workplace and the world. Duke has Net Impact chapters for undergraduates and for MBA students.
The Law & Entrepreneurship Society brings together Duke Law students hoping to start and manage their own businesses upon graduation, those aiming to provide legal advice to entrepreneurs in their future careers, and those interested in the topic of emerging growth companies more generally.
The Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club (EVCC) focuses on providing The Fuqua Business School and other members of the Duke community with educational events and career opportunities in entrepreneurship and venture capital.
The Duke Ventures club aims to educate and train students on deal evaluation and due diligence of early-stage investments. The group will organize and host an annual training bootcamp and ongoing seminars throughout the school year, and implement the training by hosting live pitch sessions with local entrepreneurs through partnerships with Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network, CED, Triangle Startup Factory, Duke Startup Challenge, and American Underground. They will also offer due diligence experience to students in developing
Duke Student Initiative on Social Entrepreneurship
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The Duke Student Initiative on Social Entrepreneurship (D-SISE) is committed to creating, expanding and improving social entrepreneurship offerings, both curricular and co-curricular, at Duke. Serving as the campus-wide student advisory committee for Duke’s participation in Ashoka’s Changemaker Campus Consortium, D-SISE works with student groups, research centers, and Duke faculty and administrators to increase Duke students’ awareness of and exposure to social entrepreneurship and related fields.
Duke Interdisciplinary Social Innovators (DISI) provides pro-bono consulting and technology services for social sector organizations. DISI teams are comprised of graduate students from an array of disciplines and backgrounds, and help organizations tackle problems at the intersection of technology, business, and policy.
The Duke Business Society is an organization that gathers talented, driven, and business-minded students and prepares them with the skills, experiences, and relationships to become leaders in the business world through weekly meetings, networking, mentorship, and venture support.