Social Entrepreneurship Course
Be empowered and learn about social entrepreneurship through an advanced, purpose-driven, social entrepreneurship through an educational experience that helps create an actionable path toward social engagement, entrepreneurship and change.
The course is created in partnership with UC Berkeley and individual contributors including UC Berkeley alumnus Steph Curry, Robert F. Smith, Steve Nash, Chris Mullin, Mitch Richmond and organizations like Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, Kapor Center, Steve Nash Foundation, Warriors Foundation, and the Eat.Learn.Play Foundation.
Five course modules broken down into smaller lessons totaling 25 hours of course instruction and self-paced project-based learning. Students will be awarded a certificate of completion from UC Berkeley upon completion.
- The history of Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship
- Creating and Managing a Growing Social Enterprise – learn about the importance of communication and marketing, governance, management, operations and measuring success as a social organization.
- Fundraising for Social Causes
- Public Policy: How to Effectively Engage Government
- The Future for Social Change and Opportunities for Innovation
Course modules will be led by UC Berkeley faculty, industry professionals and individual contributors.