The daunting mission of becoming a social entrepreneur may seem impossible, but the Center of Entrepreneurship will host an event entitled Mission
Impossible to discuss how to enter the field.
The event, part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, will take place Nov. 16 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in room 102 of the Living Learning Center.
Topics of discussion include learning where future opportunities in social entrepreneurship exist, how to get funding for social ventures, and why social entrepreneurship could be a life changing decision. All of these topics will help get people started on the path of social entrepreneurship.
The following four panelists are scheduled to participate in the discussion:
- Sarah Duplessis: Director at Food for Good Thought
- Merry Korn: CEO of Pearl Interactive Network
- Brian Vadakin: Social Enterprise Coordinator of Rural Action
- John Glazer: Director of TechGROWTH Ohio
Come join the Center for Entrepreneurship, a partnership between the College of Business and the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, and engage in a discussion on social entrepreneurship.