GCSEN Foundation, Launches Its Social Venture Research Institute for College Faculty, Administrators & Business Leaders

GCSEN Foundation, Launches Its Social Venture Research Institute for College Faculty, Administrators & Business Leaders

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Kingston, NY / March 19, 2019 GCSEN, The Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship Network (GCSEN Foundation) recently launched its Social Venture Research Institute, including an innovative Social Venture Fellowship Program for faculty, administrators and business leaders. The new program debuted on the campus of Wheaton College, Norton, MA., supported by the leadership of Wheaton President Dennis Hanno and the visionary Diana Davis Spencer Foundation of Bethesda, MD. GCSEN is dedicated to spreading the ideas and practice of Social Entrepreneurship to higher education students and adult learners across the world. The organization’s credo is to “Make Meaning, Make Money, and Move the World to a Better Place” via Social Entrepreneurship education and empowerment.  GCSEN, The Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship Network (GCSEN Foundation) recently launched its Social Venture Research Institute, including…
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WorkSmart Asia:  GCSEN LAUNCHES ITS SOCIAL VENTURE RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR COLLEGE FACULTY, ADMINISTRATORS & BUSINESS LEADERS

WorkSmart Asia: GCSEN LAUNCHES ITS SOCIAL VENTURE RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR COLLEGE FACULTY, ADMINISTRATORS & BUSINESS LEADERS

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O WorkSmart Asia is about news, trends, products and services that impact people in a business environment in the Asia Pacific and the Middle East (APME) regions. Central Asia is occasionally featured. This blog covers news and trends that may be of interest to startups and small to micro businesses as well as lifestyle matters in the professional context. It also ventures into gaming. Kingston, NY / March 19, 2019- The Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship Network (GCSEN Foundation) recently launched its Social Venture Research Institute, including an innovative Social Venture Fellowship Program for faculty, administrators and business leaders. The new program debuted on the campus of Wheaton College, Norton, MA., supported by the leadership of Wheaton President Dennis Hanno and the visionary Diana Davis Spencer Foundation of Bethesda, MD.…
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Vassar College SVI’s, SUNY New Paltz Business School and Wheaton College Social Entrepreneurs visit the Venturator!

Vassar College SVI’s, SUNY New Paltz Business School and Wheaton College Social Entrepreneurs visit the Venturator!

GCSEN News
GCSEN Site VisitFall '18 and Spring '19 students visited the Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship Network (GCSEN) headquarters in Kingston last week. They participated in a fireside chat with GCSEN alum Eileen Banyra, founder of Hudson Soil Company. Daniel Elendu and Jamie Joy Gibson completed the internship in Fall '18. Students Maya Sterling, Isabel Castillo, Kornel Krysa, Wanjiru Gachuhi are all well on their way to completing the Social Venture Internship this spring. View Original Newsletter: (CLICK HERE)
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2019 Social Venture Boot Camp Welcome!

2019 Social Venture Boot Camp Welcome!

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https://youtu.be/LMVKdEb-Hrg Mike Caslin welcomes you to the boot camp at Wheaton College (Norton, MA) Greetings from GCSEN! We are so excited to share with you that we have launched our 4th Annual Social Venture Boot Camp at Wheaton College sponsored by the DDS Foundation in partnership with national R&D campus partner, Wheaton College. While so many may have been watching the NFL playoff hopes unfold for the New England Patriots just up the road, there was (20) blue chip Meaning Makers - inspiring and amazing Wheaton students starting their own social venture season! Wheaton students and Wheaton Social Venture Intern Alums hail from (4) countries- India, Zambia, China, and Rwanda and (8) U.S. States- CA, NH, AZ, CT, MA, NY, FL and ME spanning the Classes of ‘16-‘22. 2019 Wheaton…
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Colleges have a problem, Social Entrepreneurs have an answer.

Colleges have a problem, Social Entrepreneurs have an answer.

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GCSEN FEATURED ON GRITDAILY GCSEN featured in GRITDAILY - Full article belowCategoriesEmerging Tech, Entrepreneurship Posted on December 26, 2018https://gritdaily.com/mike-caslin-social-entrepreneur/ Many small private colleges are in trouble. And their students, even their business students, are not creating new businesses or social ventures at a meaningful rate. The data and anecdotal info tell us that the smaller private colleges are having difficulty attracting and retaining students, finding donors, and keeping their doors open. And, their students are looking for more practical courses, leading them more directly to meaningful careers, the ability to pay off their crushing debt, and create solutions to nagging social problems that plague us. Social entrepreneurs are entrepreneurs who act with purpose for the ‘4P’s’: people, profit, planet and place, creating sustainable communities via more intentional and sustainable social ventures. As a…
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GCSEN – The Foundation Where Social Entrepreneurs Make It Happen

GCSEN – The Foundation Where Social Entrepreneurs Make It Happen

Meaning Makers Spotlight
At The Forefront of Formulation: GCSEN - The Foundation Where Social Entrepreneurs Make It Happen By: Luke O’Neill, GCSEN Storyteller Zara shares her personal story using poetry at the 2018 Meaning Makers Boot Camp Most entrepreneurs who come to GCSEN find themselves in the formulation stage of their business. They have an idea, usually, around an issue, they want to solve in the world, and they want to know how they can make it happen while also trying to make meaning, make money and move the world to a better place. GCSEN Meaning Maker Bootcamp provides “pracademic” insights and coaching which enable graduates to take their idea from the formulation stage to market entry. Without the engagement of the younger generations in entrepreneurial education entrepreneurship among millennials could continue to…
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GCSEN featured in Wheaton Magazine Fall 2018 Edition

GCSEN featured in Wheaton Magazine Fall 2018 Edition

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Wheaton offers an intensive workshop for one week in January and one week in May on social entrepreneurship in partnership with the New York-based Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship Network Foundation. The Social Entrepreneurship Launch Program, which is led by the network’s president and chief executive Michael Caslin, teaches key methods and frameworks for entrepreneurial activity while considering the impact of their ideas on people, profit, planet and place. A diverse group of Wheaton students spend time learning the art and science of successfully launching products, services and organizations addressing societal problems in the United States and abroad. In conjunction with the workshops, students work on their ideas during the academic year and have opportunities to consult with expert entrepreneurs and advisors. Read the full article here.... Wheaton Magazine -…
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Vassar College Partners With GCSEN Foundation, Launching Innovative Social Entrepreneurs Internship Program

Vassar College Partners With GCSEN Foundation, Launching Innovative Social Entrepreneurs Internship Program

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KINGSTON, N.Y., Oct. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Prestigious liberal arts institution, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, has entered into an innovative partnership with the Global Center for Social Entrepreneur Network (GCSEN Foundation), implementing GCSEN's Social Venture Internship program (SVI) for students and graduates. Ranked 11th in the 2019 edition of Best Colleges for national Liberal Arts Colleges, Vassar, founded in 1861, is a highly selective, coeducational, private, residential college renowned for pioneering achievements in education, for its long history of curricular innovation, and for the beauty of its campus in the Hudson Valley. Read the full article here.... https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/vassar-college-partners-with-gcsen-foundation-launching-innovative-social-entrepreneurs-internship-program Vassar college partners with gcsen foundation, launching innovative social entrepreneurs internship program. from GCSEN Foundation
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GCSEN partners with Vassar College

GCSEN partners with Vassar College

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Vassar College has partnered with GCSEN (Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship Network) to offer a unique social venture internship opportunity to Vassar students through the Office of Community Engaged Learning and the Career Development Office. This opportunity is also available to alumnae/i, at cost, in the form of a Social Venture Apprenticeship. The SVA Program is for adults who are considering a career change and want to move the world to a better place by starting a social venture. Some key benefits include: support in designing a social venture around your gifts, talents, and passions; inspiration and assistance in a collaborative community; and access to coaches and mentors. Interested students should contact the Office of Community Engaged Learning. Alumnae/i who want to learn more or enroll should visit GCSEN. Vassar Announcement: https://alums.vassar.edu/news/stories/2018-2019/181004-alum-entrpreneur.html
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GCSEN featured in Trends Research Institute

GCSEN featured in Trends Research Institute

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SEPTEMBER 2018: ONTRENDPRENEUR Original Article: https://trendsresearch.com/stories/want-to-change-the-world,6032 Want to change the world? There may be money in it by Harv Hilowitz, CONTRIBUTING WRITER In a world fraught with intractable social ills and brittle global stability, Social Entrepreneurism (SE) is the practice of starting a business to make money, while simultaneously addressing social problems. It is a trend that’s heating up and for those OnTrendpreneurs™ — our term for innovative thinkers who are more than entrepreneurs, they find unique, profitable opportunities by staying on top of the trends as they emerge – opportunities are abundant. For example, film and TV star Mary Stuart Masterson is building a classic SE enterprise called Stockade Works in New York’s Hudson Valley. It melds a for-profit studio production facility with a nonprofit arm, attracting film-related businesses…
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