Apply to the Social Innovation Program at George Mason University

February 7, 2012 at 2:15 pm Leave a comment

The Social Innovation Program (SIP) at George Mason University’s Center for Social Entrepreneurship is currently accepting students and recent grads. If you’re interested in learning from experts in the field and working with other future social entrepreneurs to develop your skills and network, this is a great opportunity! 

From the program:

SIP is a cutting edge program to prepare top undergraduates and recent graduates to become the next generation of social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders. Graduates from this intensive six week institute emerge prepared to apply entrepreneurial approaches to social challenges through nonprofit, private, and public sector organizations.

This one-of-a-kind institute offers participants the opportunity to complete meaningful consulting projects for nonprofit and community organizations while learning what it takes to be a social entrepreneur. Students network with top leaders in the field while enjoying all that the greater Washington, D.C. area has to offer. Housing is provided on George Mason University’s campus. 

You can change the world, but it takes more than idealism. It takes innovation.

For more information visit: www.socialinnovationprogram.com or contact sip@masoninnovation.org

Program dates: June 17 to July 28, 2012

Deadline: rolling deadline is March 15th

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