Virtual Catapult Institute Workshop: Social Entrepreneurship 101

November 13, 2020

09:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM


Catapult Institute Workshop: Social Entrepreneurship 101- How Nonprofit Organizations Use Entrepreneurial Thinking to Solve Social Problems

What is social entrepreneurship? How can non-profit and social-purpose organizations use an entrepreneurial mindset when approaching the complexities of social issues?

In this session, we will explore the benefits and applications of entrepreneurial thinking for nonprofit leaders to create innovative social enterprises and social ventures that make sustainable social impact.

Participants in this workshop will learn about:

  • Entrepreneurial approaches to addressing social issues
  • The pillars and principles of social entrepreneurship
  • The considerations and questions to ask before pursuing entrepreneurial strategies

Who is the workshop for?

  • Nonprofit Executive Directors/CEOs
  • Government, Foundation, and Corporate Funders
  • Senior managers in Nonprofit Organizations
  • Nonprofit Board Members

About Presenter

Dr. Jeffrey Robinson - Academic Director, Rutgers Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development

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This event is presented by the Grunin Foundation in partnership with Support Center and Center for Nonprofits.