The article looks at the case of Nurturing Social Minds (NSM), a program launched in 2015 that delivers interdisciplinary action-based learning courses on social entrepreneurship and venture philanthropy at the university level. This program is the result of a tripartite partnership between a family foundation, the Hong Kong government, and two universities—a collaboration formed to educate and support the rising generation of social innovators. The courses attract a mix of graduate and undergraduate business students as well as those from other disciplines. Although the courses are introductory, students are exposed to a range of industry experts brought in as guest speakers. The students work in teams as consultants for the founders of social enterprises addressing poverty alleviation in Hong Kong. In addition, the courses address both social entrepreneurship and social finance, helping students to develop a personal stake in their social venture partner because they are the ones pitching on behalf of their partner organization.