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Thank you for your interest in participating in the Wells Foundation's Social Impact Investing executive education course. At this time THE COURSE HAS SOLD OUT! A second class is being considered for the spring of 2018 and ANYONE WHO COMPLETES THIS APPLICATION WILL BE GIVEN PRIORITY CONSIDERATION IF ANOTHER CLASS IS SCHEDULED.  

Please complete the course registration which includes general contact information and background information about you and / or your organization. This should take 5-10 minutes to complete. Upon completion, you will be contacted within a week with confirmation and payment details. 

For questions about the program or technical issues with this application please contact:
Patrick Westerlund
(614) 335-5009 


Social Entrepreneurship - An activity that seeks a significant social or environmental impact while also earning a profit. Social entrepreneurship helps achieve organizational sustainability by lessening reliance on grants and donations.

Impact Investing - Philanthropic money, usually offered by foundations, that is invested into nonprofits and social enterprises. It can come in the form of debt, equity, or recoverable grants. However, it is NEVER in the form of a traditional grant. It is commonly used to assist with financing operations, supporting organizational growth, or starting new social enterprise activities.

Financing Resources - Includes a foundation providing low-interest loans or lines of credit, potentially at a lower cost from a traditional bank. Grants, donations, and government reimbursements are NOT considered financing resources. Rather, they are funding sources.