Conversaciones con hispanohablantes en nuestro ecosistema Conoce a Margaret García: Gerente del HUB de SEG Entrevista realizada por: Liz Connell Liz Connell (LC): ¿Cuando escuchas el Mes de la Herencia … Read More
Miguel Díaz Co-fundador de CreSer Evoluciona, Especialista en Servicios Financieros, Coach Profesional basado en Neurociencias, Administrador y Consejero Terapéutico en Drogodependencia, con más de diecisiete años de experiencia en liderazgo, … Read More
Graduates will conclude program with Pitch Night, compete for $10,000 prize from Citizens Bank PROVIDENCE, RI – Eighteen startups and 22 entrepreneurs will graduate tomorrow (July 14) from Social Enterprise … Read More
Fundadora y dueña de 3´BEntrevista realizada por Ruthy Rodriguez y Sara Tamara Giraldo Junio 2022 RR: Antes de todo quiero decirte que fue un placer tenerte como estudiante de La … Read More
Self care is essential in all aspects of life, especially when it comes to juggling the balance between personal life and leading a venture. During these heavy times it’s important to check in with ourselves and one another to ensure we are making mental health a priority.
Social Enterprise Greenhouse (SEG) otorgó $80,000 a 16 pequeñas empresas y organizaciones sin fines de lucro distintas de Rhode Island a través de su Microgrant Fund (Pequeña Subvención de Capital) recientemente lanzado.
ocial Enterprise Greenhouse (SEG) awarded $80,000 to 16 distinct Rhode Island small businesses and nonprofits through its recently launched Microgrant Fund. Each awardee received up to $5,000 to support key activities or obtain the necessary tools that will help take ventures to the next level. SEG’s Microgrant Fund was established with an initial gift from donors Mary Elleen and Chris Patton earlier this year.
In the SEG ecosystem, you have ventures who are working to ensure that all types of mothers have the support they need throughout the journey. We have ventures that support mothers walking through pregnancy, birth, and sometimes loss learning how to navigate postpartum, breastfeeding, and parenting, moving through parenting and working, creating communities for moms, and raising the bar for more equitable maternal healthcare especially for Black and brown mothers.
“Since participating in the SEG Impact Accelerator in 2018, our team has consistently leveraged college talent to help us build and grow our product – a college freelancing marketplace now live on more than 1,500 campuses. We’re thrilled to partner with the SEG community to help more entrepreneurs access an affordable yet capable talent pool here in Rhode Island and across the country. With Pangea.app, SEG community members will get $100 of free work completed for them by a college freelancer of their choosing in anything from design, to engineering, to marketing and content creation,” said Adam.
Letter From CEO Kelly Ramirez I am filled with gratitude as I reflect on my time at Social Enterprise Greenhouse. I moved to Rhode Island 13 years ago and was … Read More