The 2005 Winners of Stanford's Social E-Challenge competition were just posted. I enjoyed being a judge for the finals, and was impressed by the quality of the ventures that made it to the finals.

This quality is indicative of both the interest and sophistication of students in social entrepreneurship. It provides real hope about the future of our society, if our best and brightest put this kind of value in meeting the larger needs of humanity.

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