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On-Campus Opportunities

Designed by Stanford GSB faculty and drawing on Seed’s experience, new courses and case studies are being developed to provide deeper insights into entrepreneurship and innovation in developing economies.

Intern With Seed at Stanford

During the year and over the summer, undergraduate and graduate students can help Seed accomplish key strategic initiatives, including curriculum development and case studies for the Seed Transformation Program.

Participate in Design-Thinking Workshops

Ideate, interact, and network with visiting CEOs and coaches from STP. You’ll work in small teams of five to eight students and use design-thinking principles to develop innovative solutions to a key business challenge facing a Seed company. Workshops are held on campus in collaboration with the Stanford Africa Entrepreneurship Network.

Take Stanford GSB Courses

GSBGEN 514 Creating High Potential Ventures in Developing Economies
FINANCE 381 Private Equity in Frontier Markets: Creating a New Investible Asset Class
STRAMGT 328 Social Ventures Practicum
STRAMGT 545 Taking Social Innovation to Scale
STRAMGT 547 Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Developing Economies
STRAMGT 584 New Business Models in Emerging Markets
OIT 273 Value Chain Innovations in Developing Economies
POLECON 231 Strategy Beyond Markets: Challenges and Opportunities in Developing Economies

Join Clubs

Seed collaborates with the Africa Business Club to raise awareness, stimulate discussion, and promote networking among those interested in African business and culture.