The PCSE supports students and alumni interested in creating and sustaining programs, businesses, and organizations that advance the public good. We offer workshops and trainings, specialized counseling and networking services, grants, and incubator workspace on Wesleyan's campus. Read our 2012/2013 annual report here.
Echoing Green Fellowship (up to $90K, applications due 1/6)
Be bold. Think big. Drive change. If you or someone you know is working to solve some of the world’s biggest problems, Echoing Green wants to hear from you. Echoing Green Fellowship Programs (Global Fellowship, Open Society Black Male Achievement (BMA) Fellowship, and Climate Fellowship) identify promising social entrepreneurs with bold ideas and provides them with up to $90,000 in seed funding, strategic support, […]
Millennial Trains Project (10-Day Entrepreneurial and Leadership Opportunity during Spring Break, March 16-26)
Millennial Trains Project is a D.C.- based non-profit that leads ten-day crowdfunded, transcontinental train journeys for young leaders to explore their creative, professional, and personal frontiers on a national scale. Participants must design a project they want to advance across the seven communities where the train stops and race to raise $5,000 from multiple backers on MTP’s […]
Global Engagement Summit (April 16-20 at Northwestern University)
The Global Engagement Summit (GES) is a student-led initiative of Northeastern University designed to build the capacity of the next generation of change-makers. By identifying talented, young individuals, providing skills training and connecting driven students with innovative thought leaders, GES empowers them to produce responsible and sustainable solutions to shared global problems. Since 2006, more […]