See Opportunity

See Opportunity

Opportunities to enable progress surround us. Solar energy can be harnessed to produce clean drinking water, discarded shipping containers can be repurposed as housing solutions for the homeless and naturally abundant ryegrass can be used to support healthy fisheries. Every day, in communities around the world, Enactus students are transforming opportunities into real, sustainable progress through the power of entrepreneurial action. This campaign was developed to celebrate how these students are seizing opportunity and to illustrate what’s possible when entrepreneurial young minds are empowered to take action. It’s also an invitation for you to take action. We hope you’re inspired to share their stories, support their projects and most importantly, join our community. Together, we can make the world a better place by empowering even more young people to see opportunity, take action and enable progress.

Content from this campaign

Students Don’t Have to Drop Out to Thrive as Social Entrepreneurs
A recent article in Forbes magazine titled ...
Sep 2, 2014 10:00 PM ET
Enactus Students Turn Bottles Into Blankets for the Homeless
Waste or warmth, what do you see? Enactus students in Poland saw a way to make 200 quilts out of 25,000 plastic bottles. The quilts provided warmth for the homeless while helping eliminate waste. The quilts totaled $1,875 in net worth. Find out where they got all the plastic bottles for material at...
Aug 27, 2014 9:00 AM ET
Enactus Students Help the Needy Grow Mushrooms From Coffee Grounds
Denise Morrison presents:  Cultivating Opportunity The CEO and President of Campbell’s Soup Company, Denise Morrison, shares how Enactus students in China help the needy grow mushrooms from coffee grounds and sell them for supplemental income. Morrison says, “These students will be the leaders of tomorrow, and I know they will ensure a brighter future for...
Aug 12, 2014 9:00 AM ET
Enactus Students Spread Entrepreneurship With Chicks
Fledglings or future earnings, what do you see? An Enactus team in Azerbaijan saw a way to make refugees self-sufficient. They provided 10 families with 200 chicks. Exposure to entrepreneurship extended to neighbors and relatives, infusing the community with new skills. Each family in the program ended up earning $640 in net profit. To find out...
Jul 30, 2014 9:30 AM ET
Enactus Students Recycle Tires Into Household Items
Worn out or factory fresh, what do you see? Of the 40 million tires Mexico discards annually, only 2% are recycled. One Mexican Enactus team saw a way to recycle these discarded tires into over 100 different household items, like rugs and flowerpots. How many families did the project empower to start their own sustainable...
Jul 23, 2014 7:30 AM ET


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