The Drucker Institute

The Drucker Institute

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United States
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Funding began in


Transforming South Bend into a model city of lifelong learning

What they do

The Drucker Institute is a social enterprise based at Claremont Graduate University. Its mission is “strengthening organizations to strengthen society.” The Institute offers consulting to corporations, an education program for nonprofits and management training for local government officials. In addition, the Institute's KH Moon Center for a Functioning Society develops practical tools to help leaders make strides on issues that affect multiple organizations and cut across sectors. Among the Center's focus areas are promoting stakeholder capitalism and fostering lifelong learning.

How we're helping

With support from, The Drucker Institute is partnering with the Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, to transform South Bend into the City of Lifelong Learning. The South Bend Lifelong Learning System aims to serve all of the city’s 100,000 residents, with an emphasis on ensuring that learning is relevant and accessible for the most economically vulnerable.

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