Enactus

Enactus is a non-profit, global organization that uses entrepreneurial action to create and implement community outreach projects around the world. Enactus teams get to decide how many projects and what type of projects they do. In order to gain diversity within our projects and members, Enactus is open to all majors.  

Quick Facts

  • Countries: 47
  • Universities: 1,500+
  • Students: 38,000+
  • Sponsor Companies: 200+
  • National Scholarships available
  • Cost to join: $0
  • Majors: Open and greatly welcome all majors


Competitions & Events

Business Ethics Case Competition- During the Spring semester, we host a business ethics case competition that is sponsored by Phillips 66. We invite Enactus teams from several different universities to compete against each other in solving an ethics case. At the beginning of the event, we introduce the case to the teams. Each team then analyzes the case and presents their solution to a panel of judges.  . 

Nationals-  At the end of the academic year, we have a National Conference. We compete against other Enactus teams from around the country. Here teams give a 24 minute audio visual presentation to a panel of judges from our donor companies. The National Champion then continues on to the World Cup. 

World Cup- Enactus National Champions from around the world compete against each other. The World Cup has been held in places like London, Amsterdam, Germany, and Barcelona. 

Corporate Donors & Partners

  • KPMG
  • Walgreen’s
  • Wells Fargo
  • Pfizer
  • Uniliver 
  • Cargill
  • Coca-Cola
  • Johnson&Johnson 
  • And many more 


Interested in Joining? 
Contact our President, Bryanna Wishcop at bryannaw@ksu.edu or our faculty advisor Donita Whitney-Bammerlin at donitab@ksu.edu 

The Enactus website is http://enactus.org/, where you can find a lot of useful links about what Enactus is and what we do.


Contact

 

Dr. Donita Whitney-Bammerlin, Faculty Advisor
donitab@ksu.edu

101 Calvin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506 

Phone: (785) 532-4362


Bryanna Wishcop, President
bryannaw@ksu.edu