Academic & Student Leaders
Enactus is more than just another student organisation to add on campus. Participating universities join a network of institutions and academic leaders from around the world as well as executives and companies that support Enactus. This partnership comes with a commitment from the Enactus World Headquarters and local country operations to support the continued development of your team. You’ll have access to staff assistance, training resources and events, unique program initiatives and grant opportunities, and competitive events. As the faculty advisor of an Enactus team, you’ll be providing an important learning experience for students that will last throughout their careers. It’s a professionally rewarding experience that will make a difference in the lives of your students and reflect positively on your university.
Enactus provides universities with the unique benefits of work integrated experiential learning for students; community engagement; student mentoring programs; showcasing your university on a national and world stage and joining a network of national and international thought leaders.
Participation in Enactus provides university students with the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in their communities, while gaining the experience, skills and contacts necessary to build a successful career. Enactus students are talented, hardworking, values-driven leaders who blend a competitive spirit and desire to succeed with a sense of integrity and desire to give something back. As a member of an Enactus team, you’ll be joining a worldwide network of more than 70,500 other students who are each making their own contribution toward our shared mission of creating a better world. It’s an experience that will change the lives of those in need and quite possibly your own as well.
To find out more you can download the Team Handbook or contact Selena Griffith CEO of Enactus Australia at email@example.com
Enactus 2022/2023 Accademic Year Team Handbook - https://enactus.org/student-teams-handbook/