February 2018

  • Miller Center Launches "Social Entrepreneurship at the Margins" Program

    For the first time, up to 20 global social enterprises serving migrants, refugees, and human-trafficking survivors will receive training through Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship’s 15-year-old accelerator program.

    Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship is making its 15-year-old accelerator program available to social entrepreneurs helping migrants, refugees, and human-trafficking survivors.

  • Mitigating Poverty and Protecting the Planet Through Social Entrepreneurship

    Miller Center’s Global Social Benefit Institute (GSBI®) welcomes new cohorts of social entrepreneurs seeking to end global poverty and protect the planet, with a focus on women’s economic empowerment and climate resilience.  

    Miller Center’s Global Social Benefit Institute (GSBI®) welcomes new cohorts of social entrepreneurs to its accelerator programs.

  • No Food Left Behind

    A Mar. 2 conference at Santa Clara University’s Food and Agribusiness Institute seeks solutions for preventing the current 25 percent food waste caused by edible crops left unharvested.