5 ways to go back to school with social entrepreneurship
By Kate Rood | LinkedIn
Kate is Beneficial State Foundation’s Community Engagement Officer based in Portland, OR.
It’s been three years since I turned in my last final for the MBA program at Portland State University. Enough time has passed that back to school season this year is making me long for the structure of homework and the camaraderie of classmates. The more I work on movement building to align our financial systems with triple-bottom-line business models, the more I want to learn about social entrepreneurship in action around the world. I think movement building benefits from an attitude of lifelong learning, of always going back to school in some way. Whatever social, economic or environmental justice issue you’re committed to serving, I invite you to join me in starting a brainstorm list or a doodle in your notebook and setting new goals for learning about the dynamic field of social impact business.
Here are 5 ideas for how to “go back to school” with social entrepreneurship and resources to explore.