In addition to the ten-week residency program at Stanford held twice a year (spring and fall), the Program on Social Entrepreneurship includes the following activities:
- An undergraduate seminar taught in the spring quarter exploring the dynamic field of social entrepreneurship and its relationship to democracy and development. The course will highlight the innovative work of the program's Social Entrepreneurs in Residence at Stanford (SEERS), and they will co-facilitate parts of the course.
- A graduate course taught in the fall quarter by PSE Faculty Director Deborah Rhode at the Stanford Law School, which examines law, social entrepreneurship and social change. The course will feature presentations and commentary by the SEERS.
- A number of public forums and seminars hosted by the PSE, partner institutions on campus and student groups featuring the dynamic work of the SEERS.
- Outreach to the local technology community to explore how technology can be used to advance social change.
- Networking opportunities with the private and philanthropic sectors in the San Francisco Bay Area.
SEERS will be provided a stipend to cover the cost of their room, board, visa, and travel to and from Stanford University.