Hult Prize Competition 2018 —
Earlham students continue their pursuit in San Francisco and Mexico City
Two teams of Earlham College students will compete in this month’s regional finals of the Hult Prize, the world’s largest student competition for the social good. The teams will compete at events in San Francisco and Mexico City in the hopes of reaching the finals and a chance at the grand prize: $1 million in start-up capital to launch world-changing social ventures.
Both teams — Methane Hub and Mashinani Farmers Initiative — have launched social ventures on campus that have the potential of meeting the competition’s challenge of harnessing the power of energy to transform the lives of 10 million people. Read More →
Earlham Prize for Creative Capitalism —
The Business Plan Competition for Social Entrepreneurship
In the Earlham Prize for Creative Capitalism, teams of up to five students hone their business skills from their business ideas and elevator pitches to develop business plans to launch their social entrepreneurship endeavors. The competition will award more than $40,000 in seed capital with the grand-prize winner receiving $20,000 to help start its endeavor. Read More →