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Undergraduate Programs Are Good News for the Impact Economy

The popularity of social enterprise programs at graduate schools of business in the United States, as well as around the world, is no longer news. Driven by students’ and employers’ desire to combine financial returns with scalable societal and environmental outcomes, business schools have led the way in offering curriculum, dedicated faculty, and experiential learning opportunities in social impact. In the United States alone, at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, for example, the Center for Social Innovation gives students the tools to bring social and environmental change to the world and includes a Social Entrepreneurship Hub. At Harvard Business School,…
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Selen Ucak a social impact professional working at the intersection of private sector and international development. She currently leads a global community of refugee-led and refugee-supporting businesses and social enterprises at the Refugee Investment Network (RIN), as well as serving as consultant on additional projects. Prior to RIN, she supported ... Read more
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