Although Social Entrepreneur Corps is open to all university students, we have a wonderful group of partners who we have been co-creating social impact with for many years. Before applying please see below if we are working with your university.
We are always open to building new relationships and partnerships. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Entrepreneur Corps has been partnering with University of Maryland for over 5 years. Students participate in our summer 8- week Ecuador and Guatemala programs as part of our co-created MSEC program. Participants earn 9 credit hours and scholarships are available. Learn more here. Applications will open December 1st. Please reach out if you would like more information.
Social Entrepreneur Corps has worked with Miami University Center for Social Entrepreneurship for over 8 years. If you are a Miami student and are interested in applying please apply directly on this website. In addition, we currently have a partnership with the School of Engineering and Computing for a winter break program beginning January 2nd, 2019. We successfully piloted this in 2018. If you are interested in this program please reach out to us to learn more. Program details and applications deadlines pending.
Social Entrepreneur Corps partners with the University of Notre Dame ISSLP (International Study and Service Learning Program) where students participate in our Summer 8- week Guatemala program. Please reach out to us if you would like to learn more.
Social Entrepreneur Corps has been partnering on a custom 2 week summer program with KSU since 2013. In 2019 this program will take place in the Dominican Republic. This is part of a course at the business school at KSU. Please reach out to use if you would like to learn more.
Since 2012 Social Entrepreneur Corps has been partnering with Universitas 21. The Universitas 21 Social Entrepreneur Corps (SEC) program provides students from around the world with an opportunity to participate in a custom summer 4-week Ecuador program. work side-by-side with field professionals and social entrepreneurs in Latin America. The program is led by the University of Connecticut. Application deadlines pending. Please contact us for more information.