Resilience partners with dynamic organizations to equip communities across the country with high-quality business education.  

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MBA Students & Alumni 

If you are in an MBA program (or an alumnus) and are interested in learning to teach the case method and offering your skills to underserved students in your area, contact us. It only takes a few people to make a significant difference. Our programs are easy to deliver and we’ll teach you everything you need to know. We can work with you to find the best audience for our programming and will be there to ensure the impact you want to make can be achieved.

Schools of Business 

Contact us if you’d like to learn more about how we got started at Darden. Make Resilience Education a part of how you make a difference in your community and watch your students, faculty and alumni become engaged in the important work of developing future entrepreneurs and giving people second chances. We can work with you to find partner organizations so you can have a lasting impact on those who cannot afford to attend your program but are eager to learn.

State Departments of Corrections 

Let Resilience Education join your reentry initiative. Our programs focus on tangible skills that help ex-offenders obtain employment and remain productive contributors to our economy. Our work in Virginia has benefited from strong support from our Department of Corrections. Contact us to find out how we can assist your programs.

Correctional Facilities 

Education is essential in the corrections environment. We know you have many opportunities for programming. Contact us if you are interested in bringing our unique courses and approach to your facility.

Non-profit Organizations & Supports

If you are working with underserved populations and share our conviction that they need new opportunities and deserve second chances, let us know how we can support your efforts. We look forward to finding ways to collaborate to impact more individuals in need, more rapidly, and most effectively.

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