The Practical Entrepreneurship Certificate Program by Columbia Business School provides participants with an intensive, “hands-on” course focusing on the creation, evaluation and development.
Global Shared Value Leadership (GSVL) connects leaders, organizations and communities to tackle conflicting goals and navigate between sectors and cultures to create shared value.
SEVC exposes youth to social entrepreneurship concepts and innovation practices by guiding them through the venture creation process as applied to a venture idea of their choice.
Through this six to twelve-week program, participants invest their skills, time, and energy to analyze complex problems and develop innovative solutions with integrity.
EIBEL is a three-month process that helps organizations to streamline, strengthen, and structure their products and services by capitalizing on their assets, accomplishments, and existing markets to maximize their revenues.
PACIP provides graduate students with the opportunity to conduct their internship or field practicum overseas and gain international experience.
SEIP is a ten-week process that turns individuals into social entrepreneurs/innovators to change the status quo, and initiate change.