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  •  Words of Inspiration from Social Entrepreneurship Maven Sally Osberg

    Monday, Jun. 2, 2014
    Santa Clara University President Michael Engh, S.J.; Citi Foundation senior program officer Graham Macmillan; Skoll Foundation CEO Sally Osberg; CSTS Executive Director Thane Kreiner at Magis dinner May 18.
    Santa Clara University President Michael Engh, S.J.; Citi Foundation senior program officer Graham Macmillan; Skoll Foundation CEO Sally Osberg; CSTS Executive Director Thane Kreiner at Magis dinner May 18.
    The internationally respected thought leader in the field of social entrepreneurship, Skoll Foundation CEO Sally Osberg, received the Magis Global Changemaker Award from Santa Clara University May 18, as did Citi Foundation's Graham Macmillan. Read Osberg's inspiring speech here.
  •  Santa Clara University Undergraduates Beef Up Resumes While Doing Social Good Abroad

    Thursday, May. 17, 2012
    Ten University “Global Social Benefit Fellows” will gain valuable business and social-justice experience conducting field research for social entrepreneurs in far-flung nations this summer.
  •  A Jesuit Franchise, Going Global

    Tuesday, Jul. 5, 2011
    Plans are underway to expand SCU's Global Social Benefit Incubator (GSBI) which annually trains and mentors 15-20 "social entrepreneurs" pursuing not just profits, but also the betterment of poor communities. A program that has already contributed to the betterment of an estimated 74 million lives around the world could be expanded to other Jesuit and mission-aligned universities worldwide, and offered online for a fee.
  •  MBA Students Get a Crash Course in Social Entrepreneurship

    Friday, Apr. 8, 2011
    Cassandra Thomassin
    Cassandra Thomassin
    About a dozen MBA candidates have gotten the unique opportunity to mentor and advise "social entrepreneurs" from some of the most remote regions of the world on their business plans.
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