The Social Enterprise Summer Fellowships:

  1. provide organizations and social entrepreneurs that create social and environmental value access to much-needed talent that they could not otherwise afford to hire; and
  2. provide students with experience and opportunities to apply their skills to practical issues faced by these organizations.

The program (formerly called CORPS Fellowship Program) was initiated in 1992 by MBA students. These fellowships enjoy strong Columbia Business School community support, and funds are raised by students to support their fellow MBAs every year during fellowship fundraising week with support from staff, faculty, alumni and supporters of the Program. A gift from the Class of 2003 endows around 5 internships annually.  In 2015, the new Tamer Center for Social Enterprise endowment enabled the expansion of this program to students across Columbia University, including Barnard and Teachers Colleges, for internships with social ventures. All of the support above reflects the conviction that Columbia students have a broad range of skills and can make a significant contributions to the field of social enterprise. 

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