Other Social Enterprise Programs

Course­work in the field of social enter­prise at North­east­ern Uni­ver­sity is unique, as most uni­ver­si­ties being to offer related courses at the grad­u­ate level. 

Stu­dents at North­east­ern Uni­ver­sity, regard­less of their area of study, can enroll in courses such as “Social Entre­pre­neur­ship,” which intro­duces stu­dents to how busi­ness and inno­va­tion to be a key tool in alle­vi­at­ing the symp­toms of global poverty, and “Busi­ness, Global Poverty, and the Micro-finance Rev­o­lu­tion,” which takes an in-depth look at the global field of micro-finance and its’ future role in devel­op­ing a world where about half the pop­u­la­tion lives on less than $2.50 per day.

Duke Uni­ver­sity Cen­ter for the Advance­ment of Social Entrepreneurship

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Har­vard Busi­ness School Social Entre­pre­neur­ship and Development

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MIT’s Lega­tum Cen­ter for Entre­pre­neur­ship and Development

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New York Uni­ver­sity Stern’s Berkley Cen­ter for Entre­pre­neur­ial Studies

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Stan­ford Grad­u­ate School of Busi­ness, Cen­ter for Social Innovation

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Social Enterprise Career Hubs

Mojalink: http://www.mojalink.com/

Next Billion: http://www.nextbillion.net/ 

The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN): http://jobs.thegiin.org/ 

Idealist: http://www.idealist.org/ 

Foundation Center: http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/

Devex: http://devex.com

Rework: http://rework.jobs/

Give to Get Jobs: http://www.givetogetjobs.com/

Common Good Careers: http://www.cgcareers.org/

B-Corporation Job Board:  shortened link here