Explore how to take an idea or prototype — like your experimental concept for plankton-based pasta or a dream to build a product around culturally-important grains — from a brainstorm in your dorm kitchen to the global market. Apply by 9/17!
Join Peter Boyd for From Purpose to Performance: The Essentials: a free, 90-minute workshop that will help you clarify your purpose, identify your priorities, and link all of this with simple day-to-day tools for maximizing your time here at Yale.
Join Yale World Fellows — a group of extraordinary leaders from around the globe — as they discuss how they’re driving change across industries and regions. In panels on topics from food systems to building inclusive cities, these leaders will share ideas on crafting inventive, thoughtful approaches to complex challenges.
Join this session on immersive technologies, geared towards those with little to no programming experience.
Dean Kerwin Charles, the SOM Program on Entrepreneurship, and WE@Yale are delighted to kick off the Yale SOM’s celebration of women at Yale by hosting the first event in a series of 50/150 Women at Yale events. Hear remarks from Dean Charles and Jennifer McFadden (Associate Director of Entrepreneurial Programs and Co-Founder of WE@Yale) and enjoy pitches from a number of female founders at Yale.
Calling all all local startups and emerging growth companies: join Visiting Clinical Associate Professor Sven Riethmueller of Yale Law School’s Entrepreneurship & Innovation Clinic for a half-day workshop that will cover typical issues associated with starting, managing, and growing a new venture.
This finals period, unwind with WE@Yale. We’ll have refreshments, self-care goodies for the first few attendees, puzzles to de-stress, and more. If you're in need of inspiration, we'll also be screening videos of female entrepreneurs and founders discussing their personal approaches to self-care.
Christopher Michael, Director of Employee Ownership at Newark Community Economic Development Corporation, and Judy Kornfield, founder of ESOP Economics, will discuss effective strategies for building robust, successful, and sustainable worker-cooperatives and employee-owned enterprises.
Pavlina Tcherneva, Andres Bernal, and Robert Hockett will discuss economic policy, fiscal responsibility, and future possibilities for a Green New Deal.
Spark Sessions are hands-on ideation and creativity sessions. In this special Spark Session, we’ll jam to music, brainstorm, play with play-doh, fingerpaint, and much more to reimagine what it means to be the "best version" of ourselves.
Sometimes our biggest obstacles are the negative stories we tell ourselves, especially when we are trying to muster up the courage to try something new or take a new risk. Join Tracy George for an interactive and empowering session on how to reduce limiting thoughts and beliefs.
Want to know what it's like to disrupt the restaurant/foodservice industry? Want career or life-skill insights from Yalies who’ve walked in those shoes? Join us to network with (and munch on the delicious creations of) Yale food entrepreneurs — students and alums.
Whether you're planning your next career move or making plans for summer break, everyone knows how important it is to manage your scarcest resource — time. Join Peter Boyd as he presents his finely honed system for mapping out your purpose and priorities and identifying the activities that create the most impact.
Please join us for an exciting opportunity to learn from and collaborate with leading professionals in community engagement, the arts, human rights law, and architecture as we interrogate how to center communities in design processes.
Aliana Pineiro from the Boston Impact Initiative and Lucas Turner-Owens from the Boston Ujima Project will discuss strategies for making investment decisions accountable to residents rather than private shareholders alone.
Measuring the impact of your work is not just about gathering numbers to report — it can help you ensure you're creating the impact you seek to create in the short and long term, and build feedback loops that help you continuously improve your offerings. Join us for an interactive workshop on tools and frameworks for measuring impact.
Julius Kimbrough of the Crescent City Community Land Trust will show how the CLT model allows communities to make real estate decisions that build long term community benefits.
Hear from consultant and entrepreneur Sasha Hoffman, whose love of robotics, travel, and automating archaic processes has guided her career from creating the world’s first cargo-carrying personal robot to leading IPOs for major technology companies.
The story of how a noted tech venture capitalist, an early mentor to Mark Zuckerberg and investor in his company, woke up to the serious damage Facebook was doing to our society and set out to try to stop it. Join us for a candid conversation with Roger McNamee, hosted by neuroscientist Molly Crockett.