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.
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By Amanda Collins This post was uploaded after Amanda’s Global SE experience. Before going to India, I was politically liberal with a firm belief in a strong Federal government. I’m still a politically liberal college student, but I have … Continue reading →
By Sam McNelly Things outside of internal control often affect social enterprises. To cope with these things, social enterprises must be flexible. Things that initially seem to be obstacles can, with a good attitude and a little flexibility, often turn into opportunities. Continue reading →
By Parisa Ahmadi ..Still, I understood… What is the balance in being pragmatic about the distribution of resources while giving respect and value to communities various ways of living? When is social change “natural” and “good”, and when is it unnatural and forced? Continue reading →
By Kipaya Kapiga Corruption is not a new force in the Indian political landscape, but the current public outcries are very strong. During the two months, it was rare to not catch glimpse of an anti-corruption themed headline. The detrimental … Continue reading →
By Kipaya Kapiga This is part two of two-part blog post. It can be difficult for social ventures to maintain as sense of integrity when it comes to compensation. As is the case with American non profits, there is a … Continue reading →