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In addition to funding, Harvard Law School will provide some training and support to PSVF Seed Grantees. However, rather than replicate the many useful trainings and tools already online for social entrepreneurs, Grantees should access the following trainings and guides on their own.

Advising

Students planning to apply for to the PSVF Seed Grant should seek advice and mentorship before applying.

Multiple Resources

The Foundation Center

Stanford Social Innovation Review

Community Resource Exchange

Law for Change

Legal Resources

LexMundi Pro Bono Foundation

Fundraising

Hauser Center Exponential Fundraising Blog

Hauser Center Fundraising Videos

Social Media

Ventureneer

Business Planning

Root Cause

McKinsey on Society

Board Development

BoardSource

Fiscal Sponsorship

New York Lawyers for the Public Interest

IT

The Community Corps

Performance Measurement

Root Cause

TRASI

Public Service Organizations Founded or Run by HLS Alumni

Many Harvard Law School alumni are engaged in public service activities — from the nonprofit sector, the government sector, public international practice, the private bar, academia and the judiciary. Below are links for several organizations founded or run by Harvard Law School alumni.

Be The Change Inc.

Better Future Project

Building Educated Leaders for Life

Center for Reproductive Rights

City Year

Community Water Center

Environmental Defense Fund

Equality Now

Global Justice Center

Health Leads

New Jersey Institute for Social Justice

Reach Out and Read

Resilience Advocacy Project

Summer Advantage USA

The Advancement Project

The Opportunity Agenda

The Workplace Project

Victim Rights Law Center

Youth Advocacy Center

Articles

Nonprofit vs. For-Profit in Social Entrepreneurship – The New York Times

13 Tips To Finding A Social Innovation Job – Bmeaningful