Tag: Inventureships

Launching the First Women’s Hackathon in Vietnam

Last spring, Tien Mai ’20 (Babson College Global Scholar and part of the Babson’s 2017 CGI U cohort) not only participated in the Wearables Hackathon, but her team took top honors for their product design. This spring, she approached The Lewis Institute about the Social Innovation Inventureship program—a paid or credit-bearing Fellowship that allows students…

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Inventureship™ Opportunity with Alumni Business for Veterans

Alex Corindia MBA’19, Graduate Student Fellow at The Lewis Institute. When the Inventureship™ program was launched in 2016, it was a first-of-its-kind opportunity to connect students with social enterprises and companies seeking a greater social impact. The mandate to students was clear: apply the Babson Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® methodology on a strategic level to…

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Quantifying the Impacts of Open Hiring at Greyston Bakery

By Evadne Cokeh, Babson graduate student and Inventureship recipient. In my application to the Babson MBA program, I wrote, “During my time at Babson, I want to identify effective models that improve job opportunities for low-income individuals. I believe for-profit business can be a powerful avenue for positive community change.” Lucky me, I spent my…

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