Engaging Students, Faculty, And Social Entrepreneurs
Our Education & Action Research department advances Miller Center's mission through learning, teaching, action research, and reflection. Miller Center shares lessons learned about social entrepreneurship through its student fellowships, dedicated classes, Roelandts grant program, and research, often in collaboration with scholars at Jesuit and other universities. The education program leverages the unique learning asset of the GSBI alumni network of 570+ social enterprises for SCU faculty and students and the broader Jesuit educational network.
A Valuable Resource For Your Social Enterprise
For junior year undergraduate students of Santa Clara University, we offer a fellowship that combines two quarters of academically rigorous research with a fully funded 6-8 week summer field experience in the developing world.
If you are a social entrepreneur, these students provide your social enterprise with valuable market research, impact measurement, and video and photo content for your website. If you are interested in hosting a SCU student team, please contact us.
Action Research for Social Entrepreneurship for Education
Here's a compilation of lessons learned from our Global Social Benefit Fellowship. We provide you with a “how-to guide” for action research with social enterprises.