SIP@Yale was founded in the fall of 2007 at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, United States of America. SIP@Yale, the first ever international chapter of SIP, was formed to be a platform that connected the resources of the corporate sector with the causes of the community to create and grow socially beneficial enterprises. Ms Penny Low, who spent the fall in New Haven as a Yale World Fellow, guided the twenty five founding members of SIP@Yale to drive social innovation within the university and local community. Ms Low led students through an iLead retreat, her self-designed intensive creative leadership training course, to prepare them to launch SIP’s inaugural international chapter.
SIP also collaborates with Yale University through the Bulldogs in Singapore program by offering internship opportunities with SIP to Yale undergraduates.
Contact Person: Erin Frey