The Center for Global Management supports student projects that broaden awareness of community and social impact in emerging markets.
Each year, teams of UCLA Anderson MBA students across degree programs, focus their capstone projects on advancing prosocial causes outside the United States. The Center for Global Management provides funding to support primary research for these projects.
Whether designed to evaluate new models for microfinance, improve global supply chain efficiency, or bring affordable internet access to rural communities, our global prosocial projects make a real, immediate and often profound impact.
Recent projects have focused on education, global health, trade, environmental conservation and preservation, social entrepreneurship, international labor rights, empowering low income women and eradicating rural poverty.
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Global Nonprofit Capstone Projects
Developing a Strategic Plan for the Charles Darwin Foundation’s Incubator in the Galapagos Islands
(Chares Darwin Foundation, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS)