By becoming a mentor, you can help students CBEYond current business models and help innovative ideas take root.

New ideas need a sounding board who knows how to listen and offer perspective. Innovators need feedback from those who have blazed trails before them. The expertise we need is embedded in the diverse professional expertise of alumni/partners around the world.
 
The experience of our alumni and partners is invaluable to entrepreneurs who are building and testing ideas during their time on campus. By becoming a mentor, you can help students CBEYond current business models and help innovative ideas take root.

 

Below are a few startups that have been paired with mentors from the CBEY network to provide guidance on their business challenges.

Proposal to Convert Food Waste Into New Products Wins Sabin Prize
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Meet the Mentors of the 2016 Sabin Sustainable Venture Prize
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Want to learn more about becoming a mentor? Contact:

 
Sophie Janaskie
Environmental/Social Innovation Fellow (B.S. '17, M.E.M. '18)
sophie.janaskie@yale.edu