New resources available at the Patricelli Center
Social Entrepreneurship Speaker Series
The Patricelli Center Fellowship is a year-long, project-based, cohort-style learning opportunity for students interested in entrepreneurship, innovation, and social change. Some Fellows design or launch their own venture, while others seek pathways to impact as intrapreneurs, activists, researchers, organizers, conveners, artists, and more.
This Spring semester, CSPL265 will feature a roster of guest speakers and workshop facilitators. We welcome all students, faculty, staff, and community members to attend these sessions. Each one will take place 10:20-11:40 a.m. in Allbritton 004 unless otherwise noted below. Most sessions will be followed by a conversational lunch at Usdan University Center.
If you would like to attend any classes sessions and/or lunches, please contact Makaela Kingsley to reserve your spot.
Volunteer pitch coaches and mentors available at the Patricelli Center in January and February
Wesleyan’s Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship supports students who are working on projects/ventures with social or environmental impact. To help students prepare to apply for Summer Grants (deadline February 28), pitch in the Seed Grant finals (March 1), pursue other funding sources, or simply get expert advice to advance their project/venture, the PCSE has lined up a roster of mentors and pitch coaches. These volunteers are available to support all current students.