Community and Service (Learning)First-yearFor CreditJuniorOn CampusSeniorSocial Impact, Education, Law & GovernmentSophomoreUnpaid

Applied Analysis of Social Entrepreneurship

Professor: Maliha Safri
Credits: 4

This course compliments ECON 286: Social Entrepreneurship: Theorizing Global Trends, with a focus on hands-on approaches to social entrepreneurship, as well as on obtaining the skills needed to successfully work for social change. The course will consist of a series of field trips, skills workshops and a group project that involves working with a social change organization on a current challenge they are facing. Part of the Semester on Social Entrepreneurship.

Meeting Time/Dates

  • Time: 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Day: Tuesdays
  • Term: Spring, 2021

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About Community-Based Learning Courses

CBL classes foster the ability to connect academic learning with action in the world by working with offcampus community organizations. They seek to benefit their partner organizations and our shared community by addressing a need or strengthening a capacity that serves the common good. In a CBL course, you apply what you learn to real-world problems, providing a “mini-internship” that gives you the opportunity for career exploration, experience working in diverse communities, and the chance to help build your professional network. All CBL classes have been approved as Immersive Experiences.

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