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Is it worth it to take a masters program in social entrepreneurship?

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Can't say for sure, but I might be able to add something from my experience. I was volunteering for a few months with Grameen Caldas.
While there a few different social businesses were preparing for launch. Along with myself, there were other volunteers as well.
I had come independently while some others had come through a Social Enterprise masters program.
One of the girls said something along the lines of how much more she was learning there than in her classes.
Perhaps, you'd be better off doing an independent volunteer placement with a similar organization somewhere.
If cost is no issue, I suppose you can't go wrong either way. However,
you may be able to learn more, get more hands on experience and make a bigger impact simply through doing some independent volunteering.Try this site to get more help
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Is social entrepreneurship really just a trend?


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Could you give advice for young entrepreneur with revolutionary idea.?


As an entrepreneur myself, you need your plan!
and fast because someone else will take your plan and build it himself! You need a trademark of your own ideas! Say for example, two entrepreneurs come to me,
one tells me all about his plan and how he's going to revolutionize the world! At the end of the day I wont invest because I'm not going to take him seriously!
now Entrepreneur number two comes with a plan well thought, written down possibly gives me a copy to well think it out! And on it, it has your ideas,
your collaborations with whom, it has answers to my questions as to why I should invest! Now That's professionalism!! You see the difference? If you have an idea,
write it down, claim it as yours! But also be professional about it. Nobody is going to listen to someone who just talks.
We need security and comfort as to where my money is going!!! Hope this helps!!
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Hi! can you help me with my research? my research topic is empowering entrepreneurship and innovation financing the future. i don't know where i can find it.. please help me... thank you in advance


Aside from reading books from your library regarding modern entrepreneurship, you may research on the internet by looking to some of the Topics regarding Small and Medium Enterprise adopted in present times. May I just suggest that you limit your topic in a certain area of study. - Let us say in Metro Manila. You can also interview people who are working in this industry.

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