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Giving to the Business School
To support the growing national reputation of the Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business, the Dean and his senior leadership team rely on the generosity of alumni, parents, and friends of the Business School. Among the priorities are:
California Program for Entrepreneurs (CAPE)
The CAPE is an initiative of the Leavey School of Business designed to provided focused education and mentoring to emerging entrepreneurs during a six month program that includes several residential weekends and mentoring by successful entrepreneurs. The CBI is structured to help these entrepreneurs develop,present, and implment viable business plans that will contribute to the growth and well-being of the California economy and provide distinct social benefits to the less fortunate members of the community.
Global Fellows Program
The Leavey School of Business Global Fellows Program will provide a meaningful 4-6 week globally oriented work experience for Santa Clara University students. The skills acquired whether working abroad or locally, will prove to be priceless. Global Fellowship enhances each student's quest to become a global citizen both inside and outside the classroom.
Hunger Index (HI)
The Hunger Issues Project at SCU is a multi-year project focusing on the measurement of the food assistance and hunger in the San Francisco Bay Area. THe goal of the project is to evaluate the balance of food assistance and food need in the counties surrounding the San Francisco Bay. This balance is represented by a hunger index, which can be used to allocate and mobilize food assistance resources for the most vulnerable members of our community. the timeline for this project s 2010-2015, which aligned with President Barack Obama's goal to end childhood hunger by 2015.
To attract and retain faculty who will lead the Business School in the next decade, the Dean needs flexible funding to assist young scholars with moving costs, summer salary, research support—including assistantships, technology investments, and database subscriptions.
Visit the Santa Clara University Development website