2019 SENSA Co-op Application
Deadline: January 11th, 2019, 11:59pm
Thank you for your interest in the 2019 SENSA Co-op! To apply, please fill out this form.

If you have any questions, please email Tammy Wu (twu801@stanford.edu) or Veer Shah (veer@stanford.edu). For more information about the Co-op, please read below or refer to our website (https://www.sensaimpact.com/co-op/).

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About the Co-op
The SENSA Co-op is a rigorous program that allows students to utilize their analytical skills on real social sector problems, and create products that are actually implemented by a social E organization. This year’s partner organization, CNote, creates financial products that invest in underserved communities, and offers competitive returns for all who invest with them.

Our partner this year is CNote: a financial technology social enterprise focused on bringing creates financial products that invest in underserved communities, and offers competitive returns for all who invest with them. Our projects are focused on product design, management and research.

The Projects
1: Racial Equity in Community Developing Financial Institution Funding

The CDFI Fund provides resources and programs for mission-driven organizations to generate growth in socially and economically distressed communities. As an analyst on this project, you will research the funding landscape of the CDFI funds serving communities of color and formulate a plan for CNote to tailor their product in order to equalize funding from the CDFI for communities and people of color.

2: Product Development of Socially Responsible Financial Tools

CNote currently offers a low-risk investment vehicle at a competitive return of 2.5% & 100% social impact. As an analyst on this project, you will research traditional & alternative cash equivalents, levers to generate & enhance yield then adapt these tools for both financial & social return. This project focuses on product development, financial analysis & user research to pitch new products for CNote to adopt into its offerings.

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