CCEW's Social Entrepreneurship program engages interdisciplinary students, private-sector mentors, and field partners to advance sustainable enterprises aimed at solving social issues in the United States and around the world. Rooted in CCEW's tradition of innovation and commercialization, the Social Entrepreneurship program focuses on social entrepreneurship as a tool to create social and economic impact.
The Social Entrepreneurship program launches sustainable, scalable social ventures through the commercialization of ideas and technologies developed within the Oklahoma community.
Scalafuel is an innovative business model that produces and markets safe and affordable energy to select communities in Sub-Saharan Africa. Scalafuel will start with an initial pilot project in Northeast Cote D'Ivoire. As a local, community-invested and long-term business model, Scalafuel will bring together community leaders, investors and consumers to create a sustainable, profitable business using local materials.