In 2003, Debbi Brock was the founding director of the Entrepreneurship for the Public Good (EPG) program at Berea College and started collecting resources on this emerging field. The Social Entrepreneurship Teaching Resources was first compiled in 2003 and subsequent revisions were published in partnership with Ashoka titled the Social Entrepreneurship Education Resource Handbook in 2008 and 2011 and the dropbox of Teaching Resources was supported by the Sullivan Foundation.The godfather of social entrepreneurship education Dr. Greg Dees graciously shared his syllabus ideas, readings and review questions with us to integrate into the course modules. There is not a single person who has met or read an article by Greg Dees that was not inspired by his work, we miss him dearly. This website creates an interactive interface for faculty to share resources and best practices and was funded by the Reeves Foundation Summer Research Grant at Wingate University.
YOU! The collaboration with faculty around the world who are commitment to make a difference in the lives of students.
Your Colleagues. Feel free to share with other faculty who are interested in teaching social change.Our Students. Sharing best practices helps us all improve our teaching skills to make an impact on future generations of leaders in the social sector.
Our Students. Sharing best practices helps us all improve our teaching skills to make an impact on future generations of leaders in the social sector.