Social Entrentrepreneurship Workshop

Posted October 1st, 2009 at 3:15 pm.

Thursday, October 22, 4–8:30 p.m.
Wyndham, Bryn Mawr College

The Social Entrepreneurship Workshop is intended for Bryn Mawr and Haverford students interested in careers in social entrepreneurship. It is an interactive experience designed to provide practical and strategic career-planning information. It will include talks by four experts in international social entrepreneurship at different stages in their careers, followed by a roundtable discussion and informal small-group discussions among participants, speakers, and faculty experts.

What is social entrepreneurship?
What one can do to get started in this field?
What are possible career opportunities and paths for work in social entrepreneurship?
What skills are needed to be successful in this kind of work?
What are the rewards and challenges of a career in social entrepreneurship?


Maya Ajmera ’89, Founder and President
Global Fund for Children
Doug Balfour, CEO
Geneva Global Performance Philanthropy
Jenna Mulhall-Brereton ’96,
Assistant Program Director
Geneva Global Performance Philanthropy
Deborah Ahenkorah ’10, Hepburn Intern
Kalala Ngalamulume, Professor of History
Bryn Mawr College
Mary Osirim, Professor of Sociology
Bryn Mawr College
Dan Wagner, Professor of Education
University of Pennsylvania
Susan White, Professor of Chemistry
Bryn Mawr College

Enrollment is limited to 40 students. Please register by October 9.
To register, contact Leslie Rescorla at
Co-sponsored by the Association of International Students, Career Development Office, Center for International Studies, Center for Social Science, Civic Engagement Office, Haverford Committee on International Initiatives, Haverford Microfinance Consulting Club, Haverford Women in Action, IMPACT, Intercultural Affairs Office, Owl Investment Group, and Project Educate in AfricaEnrollment is limited to 40 students. Please register by October 9.

To register, contact Leslie Rescorla at

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