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“When you do the common things in life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world.” George Washington Carver

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You can find other “Market with Meaning” but you definitely want to see “Profit with Purpose”.
I personally “Believe in Kingdom Transformation” because I know there is only ONE “Life for Significant”.

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Issue 2.11 November 2011
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Social Innovation in Education
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We’re hard at work on the December issue of SEE Change Magazine, which will focus on the roles social entrepreneurs are playing in addressing issues of food security. Watch for it early next month.

In the meantime, please check out some of the latest additions to our website, including an enlightening conversation with social innovator, Joel Solomon, reflections on the importance of social innovation in education, and advice on earned income strategies for nonprofits. Happy Reading!

Joel SolomonIn our second report from the Social Venture Institute (SVI) at Hollyhock, Elisa Birnbaum from SEE Change Magazine sat down with Joel Solomon to chat about his work, what motivates him to get up each morning and his ever-optimistic vision of the social venture community. Read more…

By Joseph Wilson   
SEEducation

Last year in a Boston Globe article, Bill Gates claimed that providing vaccines to developing countries was easy compared to changing the education system.  Those who have taken on the Sisyphean task of education reform know that that’s true. The education system is a complex, multifaceted system that has an enormous amount of inertia. Instead of relying on large-scale interventions that remained popular for most of the 20th century, through thinkers such as John Dewey and Paulo Freire, education reform in the 21st century belongs to the social entrepreneur. Learn more…

   

by Drew Tulchin

This brief is for people in nonprofits interested in new methods of generating revenue for their organization. You might know a bit about social enterprise and earned income strategies for nonprofit organizations. Certainly, the prospects of sustainable funding making your organization less dependent on current donor and foundation funding are attractive. But what do you do next? Read more…

   

George Brown College partners with social enterprise Toronto-based TurnAround Couriers is working with George Brown College with a view to helping with the ongoing educational needs of its staff. Going forward, all couriers joining TurnAround Couriers will attend courses at GBC, whether it is high school upgrading programs or degree programs. The courses will be paid for by TurnAround Couriers, not the youths themselves, during their tenure at the company. The company believe that it will significantly increase the social impact that TurnAround Couriers is making in Toronto and on the lives of the youth they are hiring. 

World Entrepreneurship Forum 150 members from 70 countries, mainly entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs, will gather during three days in order to elaborate recommendations on entrepreneurship as a driver for innovation and technology. November 2-5, Singapore

Canadian Conference on Social Enterprise Join hundreds of experienced and prospective social enterprise practitioners from across Canada at the fourth Canadian Conference on Social Enterprise. Learn about the difference that social enterprise makes for communities and how to do it. Share your experience and ideas with other social enterprisers and supporters. Network with social enterprise practitioners, supporters, funders, and government officials. Act on your questions, ideas or new knowledge. November 20-22, Halifax, NS 

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