Help Spread the Word

The Seed Transformation Program is an unconventional, high-touch learning experience that goes beyond acquiring business skills. Stanford’s world-renowned faculty and dedicated team of experts work with leaders throughout their 12-month journey to growth. 

Interested in applying? The application is currently closed and will reopen in March 2020. In the meantime, sign-up for our mailing list to receive an alert when it reopens.

Would you like to share this opportunity with your network? Here are 5 ways you can help spread the word about the Seed Transformation Program.

1. Post on Social Media

Be sure to tag anyone you think might be interested in the Seed Transformation Program.

Click on this link to share on your Facebook page

Click on this link to share to your LinkedIn page.

2. Circulate in an Email, Newsletter or on Your Website

Want to share a personal email with a friend or colleague who might be interested in the Seed Transformation Program?

Click here for a draft email.

View and share the links to an online version of our application email announcement:

India Program

Africa Programs

Download one of the images below to share in a newsletter or on your website. 

Suggested Text: Stanford Seed is now accepting applications from CEOs or founders in Africa and India for the Seed Transformation Program. Expand your knowledge, grow your business. Apply by June 15 at

Stanford Seed Transformation Program in India
Stanford Seed Transformation Program in Africa

3. Share a Seed Video

Watch the videos below and share with your network, by clicking the arrow in the top right corner, and posting on social media or sharing the link.

Profiles of Purpose Intro: The Problem Solvers
Stanford Seed Profiles of Purpose
Be inspired by the passion and purpose of entrepreneurs who have completed the Seed Transformation Program. Be sure to watch the entire series.
Profiles of Purpose: Making A Difference
Making A Difference
Wandia Gichuru, founder & CEO of Vivo Activewear, a women’s fashion brand in Kenya, hopes to inspire the next generation of women in business.