Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship is a pioneer and leading accelerator for enterprises that address the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We leverage our location in the heart of Silicon Valley and our Jesuit ambition to end poverty and protect the planet. Founded in 1997, Miller Center is one of three Centers of Distinction at Santa Clara University, located in the heart of Silicon Valley. Here we leverage this entrepreneurial spirit with the University’s Jesuit heritage of service to the poor and protection of the planet.
Social entrepreneurship can be lonely.
Let us accompany you along your journey. We deliver world-class accelerator programs that connect global social enterprise leaders with Silicon Valley executive mentors to develop more sustainable, scalable, market-based solutions for providing pathways out of poverty around the world.
Supporting your unique pathway to scale
Develop the operational excellence and investment readiness required to scale your impact. We combine seasoned executive mentorship, customizable curriculum, and our proven Global Social Benefit Institute (GSBI®) methodology to provide the most rigorous social impact accelerator in the world.Our distinct models are tailored to your stage of development. Don’t see a program that is right for you, but want to be informed of future calls for applications? Join our mailing list and be informed of upcoming recruitment opportunities.
Learn more and apply to Miller Center’s Accelerator programs HERE!
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|Location||Santa Clara, CA, United States|
Latin America and the Caribbean, Northern Africa, Northern America, South-eastern Asia, Southern Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Western Asia
|Sectors||Agribusiness, Clean technology and energy, Food production, Water, sanitation and hygiene|
|SDG (4)||5. Gender Equality, 6. Clean Water and Sanitation, 7. Affordable and Clean Energy, 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth|
- Past Program
Supporting women’s economic growth. Investing in women’s economic empowerment.