Cornell’s various schools and colleges offer a wonderful array of programs related to social entrepreneurship and social enterprise. You want to address food insecurity, we got that covered. You want to address sustainable design, we got that covered. You want to address sustainable global enterprise, we got that covered. You want to start a non-profit, we got that covered. We have a lot covered! And it seems that our wonderful students are always creating more in this area.
Cornell University was selected as one of the first Ashoka U Changemaker Campuses in 2008, the leading designation for social innovation in higher education
Of all the social entrepreneurship programs that you will find below, the only one that Entrepreneurship at Cornell actually runs is Cornell’s chapter of the Clinton Global Initiative University. This is a testament to the fact that so many facets of Cornell’s campus care deeply about this critical area. We are delighted to work with our campus partners to foster the social entrepreneurship spirit.