Student Perspective: Five Business Lessons from a Community Kitchen

In North Philadelphia, one community kitchen aims to both relieve hunger now and end hunger forever. Philabundance Community Kitchen (PCK) is an adult culinary arts vocational training program, run under the umbrella of Philabundance, the region’s largest hunger-relief organization. Through a three-month full-time program, PCK prepares men and women for careersRead More

Student Perspective: Four Lessons from My Community Development Finance Internship

Undergraduate Leigh Ann Eisenhauer reflects on her summer experience at The Enterprise Center Capital Corporation (TEC-CC), a Philadelphia based Community Development Financial Institution that provides access to capital to small businesses, with a focus on women and minority owned businesses. She received funding from WSII to support this experience.  ThisRead More

Student Perspective: “Dollars and Change” Recap, Week of July 21

Every Thursday morning, we record a new episode of “Dollars and Change,” the social impact show on SiriusXM’s Business Radio channel powered by The Wharton School. Our summer fellows frequently sit in on this live tapings, hearing insights on impact from CEOS, entrepreneurs, civic leaders and more. Undergraduates Lucy PorterRead More

Student Perspective: “Dollars and Change” Recap, Week of July 7

Every Thursday morning, we record a new episode of “Dollars and Change,” the social impact show on SiriusXM’s Business Radio channel powered by The Wharton School. Our summer fellows frequently sit in on this live tapings, hearing insights on impact from CEOS, entrepreneurs, civic leaders and more. Undergraduates Emily Ulrich, Lucy Porter,Read More