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Session Type: Symposium
Program Session: 735 | Submission: 17690 | Sponsor(s): (TLC)
Scheduled: Sunday, Aug 12 2018 3:20PM - 4:50PM at Marriott Chicago Downtown - Magnificent Mile in Scottsdale
Innovative Approaches to Teaching Social Entrepreneurship and Strategic Nonprofit Leadership
Nonprofit Strategic Leadership
TeachingPracticeTheme: Improving Lives

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Organizer: William F. Meehan, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Organizer: Kim Jonker, Stanford GSB
Social Ventures Practicum: An Innovative and Interactive Approach to Teaching Social Entrepreneurship and Strategic Leadership for the Nonprofit Sector We plan to share teaching methods that we have developed that enable students interested in social entrepreneurship and the social sector to “learn by doing.” These methods have been refined over more than 20 years of teaching courses related to social entrepreneurship and nonprofit strategy at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
This session is part of the Teaching and Learning Conference. A registration fee of USD$130 is required at Space is limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. The deadline to register is August 12, unless sold out.
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