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Social Entrepreneurship

Friday, March 24, 2017 10:00am-12:00pm CST
In-person | Springfield, IL

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Social entrepreneurship and social innovation are terms heard everywhere lately, but what do they mean exactly? And how do these new strategies impact nonprofit organizational structure and funding? Dr. Kimberly Wiley, faculty in the Public Administration Department at the University of Illinois Springfield and providing oversight for the Certificate in Nonprofit Management, discusses how nonprofit organizations are shifting away from traditional fundraising and grantmaking and towards new strategies that bridge mission fulfillment and the socially conscious consumer. Join us for a discussion on the role of social enterprise in today's nonprofit sector and to learn about resources available on and off campus for the social entrepreneur and innovator.

Co-presenters:

Dr. Kimberly Wiley, Public Administration Department at the University of Illinois Springfield

This event is led by a Funding Information Network partner.

Registration Information:

Registration is required.
Registration Deadline: Thursday, March 23, 2017
Limit on number of participants: 30

Contact Information:

Pamela
Salela

Where:

One University Plaza
Springfield, IL 62703

This event is no longer available.