Program Associate Fellow
- Social Enterprise @ Goizueta
- Atlanta, GA
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Social Enterprise @ Goizueta (SE@G), a research center within Emory University’s Goizueta School of Business, works to make markets work for more people, in more places, in more ways. SE@G aspires to increase prosperity and reduce poverty in those places where markets are currently ineffective through:
Fieldwork programs that inject knowledge, networks and capital to empower communities of entrepreneurs
Academic research that illuminates the factors that induce and impede the realization of societal impacts
Teaching and student activities that develop the next generation of principled social enterprise leaders
SE@G is hiring a Program Associate Fellow for the Start:ME Accelerator Program.
Start:ME is an intensive 14-session accelerator for promising local entrepreneurs who live in, work in, and/or provide valuable products and services to local communities. During the 14 sessions, and well beyond, Start:ME connects those entrepreneurs to the business know-how, networks, and capital needed to build and develop sustainable businesses. Start:ME currently operates in three metro Atlanta communities – Clarkston, East Lake, and Southside Atlanta – and serves entrepreneurs across a range of industries, from craft brewing to baked goods, construction to clothing, farming to freight trucking.
The Program Associate’s overall role will be to support the development, operations, and execution of the Start:ME program. The position is designed as a 24 month Fellowship experience for those entering the social sector after completing their undergraduate studies.
Interested individuals should complete the following by March 31st, 2019:
1. Complete brief application questionnaire at: https://emory.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_82KHsk5E7JGpxyd
2. Visit Emory HR’s job site to provide additional information and upload cover letter and resume. Please visit the external link, select ‘Staff Apply Here’, and search 33204.