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Midwest Symposium on Social Entrepreneurship

5/20/2013 8:00 AM - 5/21/2013 4:30 PM

The Symposium begins with Opening Remarks at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, May 20, followed by morning and afternoon workshops, as well as presentations at a luncheon and early evening reception that day. The Tuesday, May 21 schedule includes a morning workshop, luncheon presentations, and, in the afternoon, a business plan competition showcasing socially entrepreneurial initiatives developed by students participating in The Aaron L. Levitt Social Entrepreneurship Challenge. All workshops and events will take place at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Conference Center. For a complete schedule of the Symposium program, click here.

COLLABORATION WITH USASBE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM:

The five workshops described in the Symposium Program Schedule are open to all Symposium registrants, and are being offered in conjunction with the innovative USASBE Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship Program. This initiative, presented through a collaboration among USASBE, New York University and UMKC, was launched in 2012 and is designed to be of value to educators interesting in teaching courses and participating in other programs on social entrepreneurship, as well as to principals and consultants interested in the planning and implementation of social ventures. For information on the USASBE Certificate Program, including how to enroll in the program and commence satisfying its requirements by attending Symposium workshops, see http://www.usasbe.org/event/secertificate . Paid enrollees in the USASBE Certificate Program will be given a special code to use in registering for the Symposium and will not be required to pay the $75 Symposium registration fee.

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