It’s June, another school year has gone by and another group of CASE and CASE i3 Fellows have graduated. We had another exciting year of impact at CASE. Here are some of the numbers from 2017-2018.
If you are interested in learning more about our 2017-2018 year you can read CASE Executive Director, Erin Worsham’s blog post Another Year of Driving Social Change: What Would Greg Think? highlighting many of our accomplishments from this past year.
CASE’s Year in Impact 2017-2018
121 MBA students completed CASE courses.
We had 12 CASE Fellows and 9 CASE i3 Fellows.
Duke served 23 local non-profits with having 46 MBA students serving on their boards with Fuqua on Board.
200 first-year MBA students traveled around the City of Durham to learn about impact in our city at Day in Durham.
58 MBA students provided consultation for 10 global organizations in the Student Consulting Practica.
We had 900 users and 30 licensed partners in over 100 countries download over 48,000 pieces of content from Smart Impact Capital, a CASE educational product to help impact entrepreneurs and the intermediaries that support them access capital efficiently.
Our Scaling Pathways series, in partnership with the Skoll Foundation, USAID, and Mercy Corps, has celebrated much success with the release of 1 overview paper, the 1st of 5 theme studies (Financing for Scaled Impact), and 3 social venture profiles. We had more than 450 people in attendance at our Scaling Pathways launch events.