CBEYond boundaries , disciplines and challenges and move toward sustainable solutions
CBEYond current business models by catalyzing innovation and entrepreneurship
CBEYond traditional financial markets by growing sustainable investment
CBEYond the degree into active learning communities and vibrant alumni networks
Through our events and convenings, we aim to complement curricular education and stimulate innovative thinking across campus.
CBEY hires research assistants and student assistants to support our research, programs and initiatives.
From mentorship to partnership to financial support and beyond. Reach out. We’d love to talk and find ways to connect your passion to our work.
Partnership with CBEY presents opportunities to be inspired by and learn from others through substantive engagement. Driven by student interest and a mission to spark business solutions to global sustainability issues, we collaborate with a wide range of actors across Yale (students, faculty, staff) and in the professional world (alumni, companies, NGOs, governments).
Explore some of the ways we partner with organizations to CBEYond limitations and create meaningful impact. Then reach out to learn more.
Our work with the Connecticut Green Bank connects students, business leaders and scholars to drive investment into clean energy. Our students gain valuable experience by working with leaders in the field to test innovative models. The CTGB benefits from the multidisciplinary experiences and skills that Yale University students possess.
From advising students on ventures, career paths and new ideas to partnering on publications to improve the state of business, Patagonia has been instrumental in educating our community about how companies can doing well while also doing good.
Our work with The Nature Conservancy gives students the opportunity to learn about transformative public-private partnerships, and how to translate the value of nature into actionable, science-based solutions for the private and public sectors.
Through mentorship and advice from alumni and experts, CBEY supports students interested in the creation of new nonprofit and commercial organizations, business models, or other innovations that address pressing environmental challenges.
By becoming a mentor or sharing your expertise, you can help students CBEYond current business models and help innovative ideas take root.
Yale GreenLight is designed to give organizations an opportunity to take advantage of the multidisciplinary experiences and skills that Yale University students possess.