Brown University
Public Policy

Taubman Center and Swearer Center Collaborate to Hire Social Entrepreneur-in-Residence

Brown University’s Taubman Center for Public Policy and Swearer Center for Public Service are seeking an experienced social change professional to serve as a Taubman Fellow and Social Entrepreneur-in-Residence. The Fellow will function as an educator, advisor, and convener within the social innovation community at Brown. This is a semester-long position, and we currently seek to fill the position in both the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters. For more information, see the link on the Taubman Center for Public Policy website:
Now Hiring: Taubman Fellow and Social Entrepreneur-in-Residence

April 15, 2015