Examples of past projects and a one-page description template for your project/venture can be found on the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise website. Social enterprise organizations and entrepreneurs looking for students to assist with business plans, consulting projects, and/or new social ventures can find students by any of the options below.

Send an Email

Send an email about your organization / venture (with a description of the organization / venture, the type of assistance and skills required, and your contact details) to or the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise who can forward this to club members or all MBA students.

Contact Microlumbia, the club’s 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that uses charitable donations and grants to make short term debt investments in high potential financial inclusion enterprises around the world, while providing valuable learning opportunities for the next generation of social enterprise and impact investing leaders.

Contact the Nonprofit Board Leadership Program (NBLP), a club initiative that provides students with a unique professional opportunity to work with Columbia Business School alumni who actively serve on nonprofit boards.

Contact Pangea Advisors, the club’s pro bono consulting arm.

Contact the Small Business Consulting Program (which also works with nonprofit organizations).

Contact the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise, which also lists courses that may have students with an interest in your organization or venture.

Submit a Job Posting

Submit a job posting online for all Columbia MBA students and alumni. This can be for a full-time or summer position. Students working over the summer may be eligible for a Social Enterprise Summer Fellowship.

Global Social Venture Competition

Check the Global Social Venture Competition website and calendar. This competition provides an online matching service for students and venture teams looking for specific skills.