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Using Experiential Education to Teach Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

  Thursday, February 20, 2020 

  12:00 PM EST  

This webinar will provide educators with resources, tools, and activities related to social entrepreneurship and experiential learning. Dr. Rasheda Weaver will present information that is useful for social entrepreneurship courses, programs, and business planning competitions. She will introduce examples of case studies, classroom activities, projects that prepare students for their careers, and resources that educators may use or give to students to launch them into their careers as social entrepreneurs or supporters of the field. 

 

 

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How To Be A Productive Early Scholar: Summer Edition

 

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Proposal Submissions Q&A With Conference Co-Chairs 

 

Generalists or Specialists? Understanding the Origins and Consequences of Variation in INGO Mission Scope
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Book Talk on The Paradox of Scale: How NGOs Build, Maintain, and Lose Authority in Environmental Governance

Recording Coming Soon

 

 

 

 

 

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2/20/2020
Webinar: Using Experiential Education to Teach Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

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