Enactus 101 lays the foundation for a strong Enactus team and reviews resources, tools, and best practice guides available to help build a sustainable Enactus program. Enactus 101 is recommended for all teams and all new students. The recommended sequence for Enactus 101 is:
- Enactus Operations
- Student Recruitment
- Team Governance
- Budgeting and Fundraising
- Team Sustainability
- Competition and Judging Criterion
- Project Planning
This seven-course series is intended to prepare learners to successfully manage community development projects. Upon completion of these courses, learners have the option of taking a proctored exam to become certified in Project Management.
Sponsored by BNY Mellon, the Enactus Student Fellows program is designed to help top Enactus students strengthen their capacity to create and deploy higher quality projects that have sustainable impact and to better prepare the students for successful careers. To be eligible to apply for the program, students must have at least one year prior Enactus experience and be an active student during the program.