Resource Organization: Ecopreneurship Programs

Stanford Ecopreneurship Programs take aspiring sustainability entrepreneurs (or “ecopreneurs”) from idea to launch, building on Stanford’s strengths in both sustainability and entrepreneurship.

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The Stanford Impact Founder Fellowship (formerly the Social Innovation Fellowship) provides $110,000 in funding along with advising support to Fellows who want to start a high-impact for-profit or nonprofit venture to address a pressing social or environmental need. SIF finalists are eligible to receive a $20,000...
Test your fit with an entrepreneurial career path by interning at an early-stage, sustainability-focused company for the summer. The Ecopreneurial Summer Internship Program (ESIP) is open to grad students across Stanford university, so long as they will be returning to enroll at Stanford for...
The Summer Ecopreneurial Immersion Program offers Stanford graduate students an experiential learning opportunity to evaluate a sustainability-focused venture idea over the summer, with a stipend, coaching, workshops, and community...