The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center provides a summer stipend to enable MBA students to contribute management expertise to growing startup organizations over the summer. Full application instructions and eligibility requirements can be found on their website.
Through tailored advisory support, a network of peers, and programming with industry leaders, the Summer Startup Track fosters a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship for rising second-year Columbia Business School students who are dedicated to advancing their ventures. Students participating in the Summer Startup Track are eligible to apply for a grant at the end of the program.
The Social Enterprise Summer Fellowship Program provides funds for students who wish to work full time over the summer with eligible organizations including: nonprofit 501(c)(3) (or its equivalent outside the U.S.), NGOs, public sector organizations, for-profit social ventures, or social venture capital firms with a clearly defined social or environmental purpose incorporated into the core reason for operation. January-term MBA students are also eligible to apply for mini-internships at the end of August. Full application instructions and eligibility requirements can be found online.