Social Innovation Fellowship

Starting in September 2019, Social Enterprise Greenhouse and the Swearer Center for Public Service at Brown University are partnering on a new Social Innovation Fellowship for students.

The Social Innovation Fellowship is a three-year, developmental program that offers undergraduate students intensive skills training, hands-on experience in innovation alongside community partners, and access to a broad network of social innovators for mentorship. The Fellowship also includes a one-year program option for students in their senior year who are seeking to launch or expand a social venture.

The program is hosted at Social Enterprise Greenhouse’s Coworking Hub. SEG staff provides fellows with training in social innovation, access to coaching from the 200+ business and community leaders who participate in the SEG Volunteer Network, and opportunities to learn firsthand what it takes to launch and grow successful social ventures.

Fourteen students are participating in the 2019 Social Innovation Fellowship.

3 Year Fellowship (college sophomores)

  • Madison Bates of Boyne City, Michigan
  • Samuel Caplan of Ambler, Pennsylvania
  • Kimberly Collins of New Rochelle, New York
  • Priya Mittal of New York City, New York
  • Elvia Perez of Los Angeles, California
  • Francesca Raoelison of Antananarivo, Madagascar
  • Olivia Tulkoff of New York City, New York

1 Year Fellowship (college seniors)

  • Edward R. Uong of Lowell, Massachusetts
  • Emma C. Butler of Portsmouth, Rhode Island
  • Devyn C. Collado-Nicol of Long Beach, California
  • Kaitlyn P. Lew of Needham, Massachusetts
  • Michael A. Mireles Jr. of Mission, Texas
  • Kaitlin Reed of Dover, Massachusetts
  • Zixi (Jessica) Zhu of Beijing, China
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