Migrating from Innovation to Entrepreneurship is out of print. A revised version will be available as an e-book later this year.
Please click here for information about Jerr Boschee's three most recent books: The Social Enterprise Sourcebook, Boschee on Marketing, and the award-winning Migrating from Innovation to Entrepreneurship.
The 9th Social Enterprise World Forum will be in Hong Kong September 25-27, 2016: (http://sewf2016.org/. Previous Forums have been in Scotland, Australia, San Francisco, South Africa, Brazil, South Korea, Italy and Canada. The Forum is an international gathering of practitioners and support agencies dealing exclusively with social enterprise. Its purpose is to bring together social enterprise leaders and champions from all continents to collaborate, share best practice and plan future developments.
Secondary school students from more than 20 countries will compete in the 14th SAGE World Cup during the summer of 2016 in Manila.. Host countries during the past few years have included the United States, South Africa, Brazil, Nigeria, Ukraine, Russia and China. Each fall, secondary school students around the world who are members of Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship (SAGE) create and launch business ventures that have a social purpose. National and international competitions follow during the spring and summer.
The 14th Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship will take place during April 2017 in Oxford, England. The Forum is an international event attracting nearly 1,000 delegates from dozens of countries. Held annually at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, the Forum convenes social entrepreneurs, thought leaders, policy makers, corporate representatives, financiers, philanthropists and students for three days of plenaries, panel discussions, workshops and academic presentations.
Boschee teaches capstone course
in Master's Degree "Social Entrepreneurship & Change" program at Pepperdine University
Institute Executive Director Jerr Boschee has just completed his fourth year as an adjunct professor in Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology in Los Angeles. His course, "The Social Enterprise Incubator," runs from September through April and consists of four five-day campus visits and eight virtual classes; 20-25 students each year develop business plans for different social enterprises. The course is the capstone project for the five-semester Master's Degree program in "Social Entrepreneurship & Change" -- and the 2015-2016 academic year concluded with a Fast Pitch competition attended by more than 200 people.
The Institute for Social Entrepreneurs has completed its five-year committment to fund "The Arthur Boschee and Evelyn Ball International Award for Social Enterprise."
Each fall, high school students around the world who are members of Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship (SAGE) create and launch business ventures that have a social purpose. State, national and international competitions follow during the spring and summer. The "Boschee/Ball" cash awards were presented each year from 2007 through 2011 to the three national winners at the World SAGE CUP Competition whose businesses best integrated social and financial objectives.
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Migrating from Innovation to Entrepreneurship, by Institute Executive Director Jerr Boschee, received the Bronze Medal in the Axiom Business Book Awards competition in the philanthropy/charity/nonprofit category. The book is currently out of print, but a revised edition will be available as an e-book in 2017.
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