Duke Students: The Accelerator provides students opportunities to learn from and work with social entrepreneurs on the front lines of global social issues. Potential opportunities may include participating in our Student Advisory Group, upcoming events on campus, research projects, and internships. To learn more, contact Taylor Conger.
Duke Faculty & Staff: If you have research or other interests in MHH innovation specifically, or innovation in the field of social entrepreneurship more generally, contact Taylor Conger.
Be A Mentor
Through the Accelerator, our social entrepreneurs will have access to a multitude of diverse resources, including UNICEF subject matter experts, Duke University faculty and students, monthly capacity building webinars, and a week-long residency at Duke’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative in the heart of Durham’s innovation district. We seek to create an ecosystem of support to provide social entrepreneurs with the mentorship, advice, training, and funding necessary to scale their impact. Do you want to become an integral part of the DUIA network and provide invaluable insights, experience, and expertise to the social entrepreneurs they work with throughout the life of the cohort?
Your gift is an investment in solving the most challenging and pressing social problems facing the world today. For more information on giving to Duke University’s Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program, please email Brian Mahnke. For more information on giving to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, please email Tom Porter.