The Babson Collaborative is a membership organization that brings together educational institutions seeking to build and grow entrepreneurship education for the betterment of our world.
The Responsibility of Entrepreneurship Educators
As educators and institution builders we are in a position to truly change the world—to develop entrepreneurs of all kinds who will create innovative solutions that create both economic and social value.
This mission can only be accomplished by building and growing robust and world-class entrepreneurship programs. The Collaborative supports members in their journey to do so.
As a global authority in entrepreneurship education, Babson College introduces the Collaborative—an organization driving action through the global exchange of best practices in entrepreneurship education.
The Babson Collaborative Explained
Members Are Universities Inspired to Educate Entrepreneurs of All Kinds
Membership is composed of institutions from around the globe seeking to build and grow their capacity in entrepreneurship education.
They may be emerging in the entrepreneurship education space or simply seeking guidance and networking opportunities to further develop their own world-class programs.
Regardless of where they are in their journey, members are committed to developing a global learning community with a belief that greater scale and impact will be achieved by working together. They, like Babson, believe in educating entrepreneurs of all kinds who think and act entrepreneurially--who transform opportunity into reality, and create social and economic value everywhere.
The Collaborative Drives Action
The Babson Collaborative encourages members to engage in activities in order to achieve depth and breadth in entrepreneurship education. Members earn points by taking action and engaging with the Collaborative. Members can progress to silver, gold, or platinum status as points are accrued.
Experience it Now
In this webinar, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Academic Director of the Babson Academy, Heidi Neck stresses the importance of the classroom as a place where students practice elements of the entrepreneurial mindset. She offers tips to immediately turn some of your most passive content into active learning experiences.
Click the button below to get access to the "Teaching Entrepreneurship" Webinar.
By the way, if your school was a member of the Babson Collaborative, you would earn points for watching this!