Schwartz Family Penn Social Impact House
The Schwartz Family Penn Social Impact House is a two-week program that brings together under one roof a unique community of innovators committed to designing effective solutions for social change. Led by Penn experts and world-renowned thought leaders in social innovation, design thinking, and business development, fellows will gain the tools, skills, and networks to activate the ideas that will change the world. Each day, different mentors and educators will lead workshops in transformative leadership, design, business, communication and strategy. Sponsored by Penn’s Nonprofit Leadership Program, the program aims to convene top leaders across the university and enhance the social innovation community at Penn.
Social Impact Fellowship
In August 2013, 22 Penn students and recent alumni will begin their Social Impact Fellowship. Fellows were selected for their entrepreneurial drive, unquestionable passion, and unique fields of expertise including computer science, architecture, education, health care, finance and engineering.
Find out more about The Experience of the Social Impact House.