The Global Social Benefit Incubator empowers socially-minded entrepreneurs to build sustainable, scalable organizations and to solve problems for people living in poverty around the world. As the signature program of the Center for Science, Technology, and Society at Santa Clara University, this experiential skill-building program combines online and in-residence exercises with training and mentoring from academic leaders and Silicon Valley visionaries over an intensive 8-month period.
Apply now to win a scholarship to join the tenth anniversary class of The Global Social Benefit Incubator (GSBITM) at Santa Clara University in the heart of the Silicon Valley. Join alumni such as Kiva (2006), SolarEar (2010), ToughStuff (2009), Husk Power Systems (2010), VisionSpring (2006), and many others who report that the GSBI had a “high” or “very high” impact on the success of their organization.
Focused on giving entrepreneurs practical advice and tools to build sustainable, scalable organizations that solve problems for people living in poverty around the world, the GSBI is a mentored ten month program for organizations that are ready to dramatically increase their impact.
To learn more about how you can win a scholarship to develop key components of your organizational plan and work with a Silicon Valley executive mentor team to take your organization to the next level visit http://www.scu.edu/socialbenefit/programs/gsbi/ or to apply, visit www.socialedge.org.
Applications are available for download from SocialEdge on December 6, 2011
Applications can be submitted on SocialEdge beginning on January 3, 2012
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