The SEA Mentorship Program is Expanding

Looking for expert instruction as you grow your social enterprise? Based on feedback from our members, we are revamping the SEA Mentorship Program. Now, instead of one meeting with a mentor, our selected mentees will be paired with an experienced social enterprise practitioner for a full year of guidance, meeting once per quarter. We will be accepting…

Learn how to start or improve your own social enterprise

Have you launched a social enterprise, but are struggling over how to take it to the next level? Do you see yourself as the next Nobel Peace Prize winning social entrepreneur, Muhammad Yunus? Join Stanford Social Innovation Review for the Social Entrepreneurship Boot Camp, produced in conjunction with the Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Apply today for the Pave a Path Scholarship!

As a social entrepreneur, you are a trailblazer and a changemaker. But in order to lead our world into a brighter future, you need someone to invest in you, as you invest in your community. That is why we created the Pave a Path Scholarship: to provide access to resources, a solid network and a supportive community that…

Networking: Building a Circle of Influence

Join us for a Happy Hour Networker November 29th; 5:30- 7 PM, snacks on us. At the Network Bar, 331 Singleton Blvd, Dallas 75212. A collaboration with the Social Enterprise Alliance of North Texas and the Empower Series …  Topic: Networking: Building a Circle of Influence Three steps to building a fabric of personal contacts that provides you with support,…

Sector News, August 2018

A Hopeful Future: Kids in Social Enterprise The future of social impact is looking bright. Increasingly more kids and young teens are choosing to start social enterprises. In the past quarter, three young entrepreneurs under the age of 14, have received national recognition for their social impact initiatives. Chicago native Jahkil Jackson started his first organization to…