Meeting your Social Enterprise Needs through Educational Partnerships

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How can partnering with educational institutions meet your social enterprise business needs? Resources exist in many forms, have you considered your local college or university as a resource for your business? Come to the Twin Cities Social Enterprise Alliance event at St. Thomas to get ideas about how partnership with educational institutions might benefit your business:

  • Learn possibilities for partnering with colleges/universities in order to meet your business needs
  • Get tips for creating the ideal working relationship with a college or university
  • Hear from social entrepreneur Laurel Hansen of The Arc Greater Twin Cities & Arc’s Value Village Thrift Stores about her experience working with students and universities
  • A deep-dive look at St. Thomas’ engagement opportunities for social enterprises including an opportunity presented by Ernest L. Owens, Assistant Professor of St. Thomas’ Management Department.

Sponsorship of this event is generously provided by one of Social Enterprise Alliance’s strategic partners:

Center for Nonprofit Management, Opus College of Business, University of St. Thomas
Do Good – Better. Strengthening private and nonprofit social benefit organizations through research, practical application, professional networks and individual support.

Free for Social Enterprise Alliance members, $10 for non-members

 

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Date: Thursday, March 14, 2013

Time: 3:50-7pm

 

Location:

University of St. Thomas

Terrence Murphy Hall room 401 –(for the speaker)

TMH 450 the Fireplace Room–(for the social)

1000 LaSalle Avenue

Minneapolis, MN 55403

Link to campus maps and parking information – http://www.stthomas.edu/campusmaps/minneapoliscampus/

*Please note: The parking ramp on N 11th Street and Harmon Ave. is preferred because it connects to the Terrance Murphy Hall with a skyway ($4)

 

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