Find Your Best Fit



Specific Ways To Engage

Social Enterprise Consulting

We believe that poverty is a personal problem for everyone, and the purpose of the Social Enterprise Consulting (SEc) group is to provide concrete opportunities for students to leverage their individual strengths and skill sets in order to positively contribute to a proactive solution. The SEc matches students with social enterprises with real strategic, development, human capital, or operational needs, trains them on how to be responsible partners, and supports them throughout their consulting engagement.


Project Pyramid

Project Pyramid, a Vanderbilt University organization, creates a community that addresses issues of poverty in an interdisciplinary classroom and through sustained partnerships with local and international organizations. Its members learn to recognize multiple poverties from one another in the classroom and from individuals and organizations that encounter poverties first hand. Students respond to knowledge gained in the classroom and through collaborative partnerships by engaging in action to alleviate poverty.


Case Competitions

Hult Prize

The Hult Prize Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to launching the world’s next wave of social entrepreneurs. It encourages the world’s brightest business minds to compete in teams to solve the planet’s biggest challenges with innovative ideas for sustainable start-up enterprises. the Hult Prize Competition at Vanderbilt is a preliminary for regionals. The ultimate national prize is $1M in seed funding.

Attend the first interest meeting on 9/22 at 5:15pm in Owen, Room 106. Mark your calendars for the Regional Pitch Night at the Innovation center on 11/7 at 6:00pm.


Global Social Venture Competition (GSVC)

If you have any innovative solutions to the world’s greatest challenges, we invite you to compete in the Global Social Venture Competition (GSVC). GSVC is a social entrepreneurship competition hosted by UC Berkeley, along with Vanderbilt University. There is no entry fee, no travel, and no in-person presentation required until the finals. For the finals our sponsors fund your travel to UC Berkeley to present your business for $80,000 in prizes. The competition is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. The Round 1 submission date is December 5, 2016. Click here for more details on GSVC!

Registration is open until Nov 21, 2016. To register as a team or individual, please click here. For more information, please contact Khaliungoo at




Whether you’re more interested in our Featured Speaker Series or monthly happy hours, we’d love to meet you in person and show you what we’re all about.


I see the TFC as a great opportunity to grow student awareness of, and participation in, market-driven solutions to the world’s biggest issues.”

Matt Inbusch, MBA, '16