Santa Clara University: Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship
Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real
Across the globe, a growing army of visionary people are alleviating poverty by taking a creative business approach to solving social problems. These social entrepreneurs are forging innovative and sustainable solutions to problems like food security, clean drinking water, access to education, clean energy, and economic empowerment. The Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Santa Clara University supports the efforts of these social entrepreneurs through programs that help them build and grow their businesses.
Its signature Global Social Benefit Institute offers capacity development programs that have helped over 250 social entrepreneurs build sustainable and scalable businesses. The Global Social Benefit Fellows provides practical action research opportunities for undergraduate students to investigate how social enterprises provide essential goods and services in emerging economies. The Center's Impact Capital initiative develops innovative investment vehicles for social enterprises and provides thought leadership to the impact investment community.