In 2017 the Sophie Stenbeck Family Foundation supported St Andrews school in Delaware to establish the Students in Social Enterprise (SISE) Program, an extra-curricular program that invites students from Forms IV (sophomores) to VI (seniors) to learn about social entrepreneurship by becoming social entrepreneurs.

Largely student-led, with support from faculty and external experts, the hands-on curriculum helps students identify social issues they care about, develop potential solutions, and then navigate the different steps required to bring those solutions to life, including pitching for seed-funding to develop and test prototypes of their solutions.

Since 2017, more than 25 students have passed through the program, establishing a range of initiatives from literacy improvement to animal therapy to ocean clean-up projects.