A&M Cafe (located at 1027 4th Ave. in Grinnell) announced on Thursday that they will be sponsoring a benefit breakfast to support SEG’s Emergency Loans Program. A&M will donate 50¢ to SEG for every person who eats breakfast at the local cafe. You can also check out the Facebook event.
The Des Moines Register featured the hard work of SEG and the countless students, alumni, and community members who have worked so hard over the past several years to make campus microfinance a reality in Grinnell.
Washington, D.C March 15, 2012 On Thursday, 6 SEG members visited the White House to be recognized as Champions of Change, and were surprised when the President himself arrived to address the gathered young innovators.
Washington, D.C. March 15, 2012 SEG member Grace Philipp has a blog post on the White House’s website! Philipp participated in a panel discussion at the White House about social entrepreneurship on college campuses on Thursday, as part of the recognition of with fellow SEG members Kyle Walters, Kathy Andersen, Caitlin Deutsch, Noah Most, and Rebecca Mandt in the audience.
Grinnell, IA March 13, 2012 The Social Entrepreneurs of Grinnell (SEG), a student-run nonprofit microfinance lending organization at Grinnell College, was named by the White House this week as one of the top five winners of the Campus Champions of Change Challenge.