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13th Annual UCLA Social Enterprise Academy Venture Showcase

UCLA Alumni Affairs, the UCLA Department of Economics and the Academies for Social Entrepreneurship invite you to join the 13th Annual UCLA Social Enterprise Academy Venture Showcase live on Zoom. Three teams representing nonprofit organizations will pitch their business ventures for up to $30,000 in funding. Audience members will also have the chance to select the recipient of the Audience Favorite Award of $5,000.

EVENT DETAILS

Thursday, June 1 | 4 – 6 p.m. PDT Live on Zoom



PARTICIPATING NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

PS I Love You Foundation is dedicated to the development and implementation of effective social and emotional learning and resilience programs to benefit at-risk youth from elementary to high school to instill love for self, others and the surrounding world.

Community Partners International helps Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh to meet their essential humanitarian needs.

Ashland Community Development Corporation provides quality community services to help end socio-economic disadvantages for Baltimoreans and surrounding populations.

Community Educating Others provides basic and advanced educational opportunities as well as social support services to residents in rural Virginia while encouraging healthy learning that will last a lifetime.

Engineer Factory works to increase the number of students from underrepresented populations who pursue higher education and careers in STEM.

Civil Air Patrol is America’s premier public service organization for carrying out emergency services and disaster relief missions nationwide.

Jamaica Capital Building Fund creates structurally safe, solid, sound schools in rural and urban, under-developed communities, in local and international communities, so children flourish and learn.

Maleo Fellowship Program at UCLA equips an exclusive group of exceptional students with the knowledge and competencies to be successful global citizens through career planning, mentorship and leadership.

The SMART Ride started in 2003 with a vision of giving back 100% of every dollar its participants raise to AIDS service organizations throughout Florida.

Sabine High School Revitalization Project manages the refurbishment of the now-historic school, which during the days of legal segregation, was responsible for sending hundreds of students to college and throughout the world.



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