A community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world.
After being dormant for several years Enactus Cambridge has finally been revived!
Enactus Cambridge creates effective student-led social enterprises that empower communities and drive positive social change.
We are the newest member of a 72,000 global student community of innovators working with over 500 corporate partners, including business advisors from over 20 companies in the UK, to implement student-run social enterprises capable of tackling pervasive social issues. These social enterprises join an organisation that is backed by partners including KPMG, EY, Unilever, and McKinsey, and hosts global competitions each year with incredible networking and personal development opportunities.
Check out our Introduction Presentation Slides and watch this Enactus video to find out more about what Enactus does and how we impact lives!
This year we aim to deliver a series of expert panel events as well as two exciting new projects: The Renaissance Games and E-Pals.
The Renaissance Games is a project focused on redefining digital schooling by creating a platform of collaborative learning using play. The target audience is early year secondary school (years 7-9) pupils, struggling with isolation and finding learning difficult and unenjoyable. The aim is to engage them through a platform of digital gaming.
E-Pals is a project that aims to improve digital inclusion and mental health by fostering mutually-beneficial intergenerational relations between students and older people, paired up via an E-Pal scheme.
Do you want to acquire hands-on experience in a sustainability-orientated organisation and become a positive driver of change?
Join Enactus and see how your actions translate into meaningful change for the community! Check out our currently vacant roles and apply here.
If you are looking for more casual involvement, members will play a crucial role in supporting our projects and will benefit from an exciting program of training sessions, talks and exclusive employability events focused on social innovation. Sign up to our mailing list to receive news and updates as well as invitations to our weekly meetings and feel free to come along anytime you like!
We are looking forward to meeting you and turning opportunity into social action together!
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