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Texas Enactus

ENtrepreneurial ACTion creates a better world for US all
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Join us for the Spring 2022 semester!

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Founded in 2011 by a motivated group of students at the McCombs School of Business, our team works with academic and business leaders as a part of an international non-profit organization. At its core, Texas Enactus is about creating social change through environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable initiatives. Using our unique skills and abilities, Texas Enactus students recognize community needs and build ventures to address them. Currently, we are making a splash from Austin, Texas all the way to Rio Blanco, Nicaragua.

WHAT WE DO

Each semester, Texas Enactus has the chance to provide students with an opportunity to turn their ideas into reality or existing project into action. After taking in approximately two to four projects a semester, we give you the tools necessary to create a social enterprise such as funding, mentors, and exposure through our competitions.

Using our unique skills and abilities, we design projects to create sustainable solutions for the city of Austin and beyond. We strive to promote and implement creative ideas, enable progress through entrepreneurial action, build strong relationships between each other and the community, and share our impact at Enactus competitions.

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Impact

1200

Individuals Impacted

4

Businesses Accelerated

6500

Hours Volunteered

$61k

Funds Raised

30

Jobs Created

300

Change-Makers

as of July 2020

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Enactus

Enactus is a global non-profit community dedicated to creating a better world while developing the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders and social innovators. Enactus was originally founded in the United States in 1975 and the U.S. is now one of 37 countries from around the world that operates an Enactus program.

OUR PARTNERS

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