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Aliana Pineiro from the Boston Impact Initiative and Lucas Turner-Owens from the Boston Ujima Project will discuss strategies for making investment decisions accountable to residents rather than private shareholders alone.
Please join us for an exciting opportunity to learn from and collaborate with leading professionals in community engagement, the arts, human rights law, and architecture as we interrogate how to center communities in design processes.
Whether you're planning your next career move or making plans for summer break, everyone knows how important it is to manage your scarcest resource — time. Join Peter Boyd as he presents his finely honed system for mapping out your purpose and priorities and identifying the activities that create the most impact.
Want to know what it's like to disrupt the restaurant/foodservice industry? Want career or life-skill insights from Yalies who’ve walked in those shoes? Join us to network with (and munch on the delicious creations of) Yale food entrepreneurs — students and alums.
Sometimes our biggest obstacles are the negative stories we tell ourselves, especially when we are trying to muster up the courage to try something new or take a new risk. Join Tracy George for an interactive and empowering session on how to reduce limiting thoughts and beliefs.
Take part in this unique opportunity for students in the Yale entrepreneurship community working on innovation around mental health and wellness to get support in moving their ideas forward.
Spark Sessions are hands-on ideation and creativity sessions. In this special Spark Session, we’ll jam to music, brainstorm, play with play-doh, fingerpaint, and much more to reimagine what it means to be the "best version" of ourselves.
Pavlina Tcherneva, Andres Bernal, and Robert Hockett will discuss economic policy, fiscal responsibility, and future possibilities for a Green New Deal.
Christopher Michael, Director of Employee Ownership at Newark Community Economic Development Corporation, and Judy Kornfield, founder of ESOP Economics, will discuss effective strategies for building robust, successful, and sustainable worker-cooperatives and employee-owned enterprises.
This finals period, unwind with WE@Yale. We’ll have refreshments, self-care goodies for the first few attendees, puzzles to de-stress, and more. If you're in need of inspiration, we'll also be screening videos of female entrepreneurs and founders discussing their personal approaches to self-care.