AboutDesigned by and for students, alumni, staff, and faculty, Wooster’s Global SE program promotes global citizenship and social entrepreneurship. It provides a transformative learning experience for students, faculty, staff and client organizations alike.
Tag Archives: Chennai
One of the organizations that we met in Chennai was the CP Ramaswamy Foundation (CPR). CPR helped the Wooster community manage the allocation of funds to rebuild Wooster Nagar. CPR is still actively involved in Woo Nagar, helping Wooster’s Rotary … Continue reading →
It’s hard to not get excited and inspired when the founder of the Centre for Social Initiatives and Management (CSIM) says that he “wants to create a pandemic of social entrepreneurs at the bottom of the pyramid”! How can a … Continue reading →
We visited academics from two programs: NSRCEL, which is a business incubation unit at the Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore (IIMB) and the Management Program at IIT-Madras in Chennai. While IIMB is not formally involved in SE, our meeting with the professors … Continue reading →
In Bangalore and Chennai, we will be talking to five types of organizations. The organizations are split-up into clients (yellow) and resources (red) (see graphic below). The five types of organizations are: Clients (1) Non-profits that could be our potential … Continue reading →