Student and Business Organizations at Brown

Brown Entrepreneurship Program (Brown EP)

Brown Entrepreneurship Program (Brown EP) The Brown University Entrepreneurship Program (EP) is a student-run organization focused on developing entrepreneurial learning, teaching, and practice. EP students learn valuable entrepreneurial skills, while building their personal networks, interacting with successful entrepreneurs, launching for-profit and non-profit ventures, and competing in business plan and other competitions.

Women In Business (WIB)

Brown WIB seeks to create a foundation of career related opportunities for the undergraduate population across a broad array of industries and professions. Essential to this mission are the components of external mentorship, community initiatives, educational speakers and events, and philanthropy.

Brown Sports Business (BSB)

Brown Sports Business is a student organization that aims to increase awareness and education of the sports industry at Brown. BSB works towards this goal by providing a forum for discussion on the rapidly shifting world of sports business, organizing events on campus that benefit the Brown and Providence communities, and giving our members hands-on experience they will carry with them as they enter the competitive job market.

Smart Women Securities (SWS)

Smart Woman Securities (SWS) is an investment organization on campus that aims to educate undergraduate women about equities and investing with practical experience and exposure to the financial markets. SWS is not only dedicated to educating its members; we aim to create a movement that brings financial responsibility into the hands of women everywhere.

Socially Responsible Investment Fund (SRIF)

Starting in Fall 2009, SRI will manage a $50,000 pool of University money, investing in companies and mutual funds that make a profit while bettering the world. Potential investments include green energy research firms, microfinance and community lending banks, medical and pharmaceutical companies, environmentally conscious retailers, and job training or education companies — and any firm that seeks to mitigate its environmental impact or improve the lives of its customers can qualify for consideration. The fund's members will choose and evaluate potential investments, and ultimately all decisions will be made by Brown students.