Most people, no matter what their age or stage in life desire to feel a sense of purpose with what they are doing, and to positively contribute to making our world better. There are various elements that make up social change social innovation, social entrepreneurship, and social enterprise. At its most basic level, social entrepreneurship is about doing business for a social cause. Learn how social entrepreneurs combine commerce and social issues in a way that improves the lives of people connected to the cause.
Andy Gold and Mary Beth Kerly, along with co-author Rebecca Corbin, are the authors of the forthcoming book, Impact ED: How Community College Entrepreneurship Creates Equity and Prosperity.