Stanford Social Entrepreneurial Student's Association (Annual Grant and Special Fee Group)
|Special Fee type||Undergraduate Annual Grant|
|Total request amount||$43,036.00|
|Previous Special Fee amount||$44,501.55|
|Change from previous request||-3%|
|Amount per Undergrad||$6.17 per year|
SENSAs mission is to develop the ecosystem of social entrepreneurship on campus by promoting, coordinating, and enhancing the existing Social Entrepreneurship infrastructure. It is crucial that we receive Special Fees funding so we can continue to bring well-known, established speakers to campus. In our speaker series, Very Impactful People, we bring over 20 social entrepreneurs, visionaries, and innovators from every industry and corner of the globe to campus each year. Some of our past speakers include Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia; Wendy Kopp, Founder of Teach for America; Susan Herman, President of ACLU; Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen, Founder of the Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen Foundation; Carrie Haslett, Director of Peacecorps. These people are social entrepreneurs, innovators, and visionaries from every industry and every corner of the globe. They come to share their experiences and lessons learned with Stanford students. In our on campus incubator program, we have selected 5 social enterprises, from sophomores to GSB students to SLS students, to connect them with the best social e resources in the Bay Area. This year, confirmed mentors include Tim Draper, founder of DFJ and Guy Kawasaki, the Apple Evangelist and marketing guru. For more information on SENSA, please visit our website, sensa.com.