Learn and Share: What Works When Teaching Social Entrepreneurship
Neetal Parekh, Innov8social
As more learners---spanning Gen Z to Baby Boomers---seek to learn about social entrepreneurship, there are more learning experiences and resources emerging to inform, engage, and guide them. In this workshop, join the 'doers' who are designing and delivering knowledge and training in social enterprise for a candid conversation on what has worked, what hasn't, how teaching social entrepreneurship is different than other disciplines, and ideas of ways to break silos, activate collaboration, and deliver empowering experiences to more students.
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Neetal Parekh, founder of Innov8social and convener of Impactathon® (moderator + panelist)
*potential panelists may be from UCLA Anderson, Santa Clara University or Stanford University, Nueva School, Soka University of America Instructor of social enterprise course in graduate school (MBA, Law), in undergraduate university, in high school, and in non-academic learning.
www.innov8social.com/impactathon https://www.innov8social.com/tools/university-programs#tab-id-2 https://www.classy.org/blog/social-entrepreneurship-programs-19-universities-paving-the-way/ https://ssir.org/articles/entry/why_universities_shouldnt_teach_social_entrepreneurship https://medium.com/@NeetalParekh/what-i-learned-from-teaching-social-enterprise-to-25-global-gen-z-students-4da41819c25a