Social Entrepreneurship Course
This interactive workshop explores the role of entrepreneurship and microenterprise in economic development in the U.S. and abroad. The class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30am until 10:45am in the DeVoe Moore Center conference room, and draws on the real-world experience of social entrepreneurs that are involved in, or have actively developed economic opportunity and empowerment programs as a way of promoting economic growth and community development. Each week uses a practical goal, objective or experience to stimulate discussion among participants as a way to understand what works and what doesn't in the applied world of economic development project planning and implementation. Weekly topics vary based on input from seminar participants. The course is open to all, but targeted toward juniors, seniors, and professional masters level students.
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