The Babson Academy for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurial Learning doubled its reach last year, according to its recently released 2021 Impact Report.
In just its third year, Babson Academy delivered 30 signature programs to more than 1,120 participants in 33 countries, approximately twice the number of educators and students accessing Babson Academy’s entrepreneurial resources from 2020. Read the full 2021 Impact Report below.
One of Babson Academy’s most successful programs is The One Hour Entrepreneurship Educator webinar series, which has brought 1,134 educators from around the world together with Babson faculty to share actionable teaching tools and research-based insights.
Also, the Babson Collaborative for Entrepreneurship Education added four new member schools in 2021, and launched the first virtual version of its Annual Global Summit, which included 11 sessions over four days and drew more than 300 educators from 29 member schools. It also published the first book written by Collaborative members: Innovation in Global Entrepreneurship Education, co-edited by Babson Academy Academic Director Heidi Neck.
“In 2021, we advanced our goals through collaboration and engagement with stakeholders from the U.S. and abroad,” Amir Reza, dean of Babson Academy, wrote in the impact report. “The Babson Academy strives to advance entrepreneurship education through access, connection, and inspiration.”
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