From Youth Innovation to Community Service

 - May 15, 2013
There is typically a lot to say about social entrepreneurship mentorship opportunities. Of the many interviews done for, many entrepreneurs -- new ones as well as ones that have been in the game for years -- have expressed at least some experience with having or being a mentor. While social enterprise communities, through its forums, community get-togethers, online presence, etc. tend to emphasize the role of giving and sharing knowledge, the teachable moment so to speak is typically a two-way street

From youth innovation programs to sustainable business education and student-funded enterprise competitions, these social entrepreneurship opportunities, if you look close enough, can also point to more informal ways of knowing and exchanging learnings through alternative approaches to not simply enterprise but also relationships.