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[liberationtech] Fwd: Stanford Social Entrepreneurship Exchange NOV 8th 6:30-8:30 PM

Sam King samking at
Mon Nov 5 23:47:50 PST 2012

There's a social entrepreneurship fair on Thursday.  If you are interested
in programming for a social enterprise or starting one, this is a great
opportunity to learn about resources.

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From: Karen Matthys <karen at>
Date: Thu, Nov 1, 2012 at 8:55 AM
Subject: Stanford Social Entrepreneurship Exchange NOV 8th 6:30-8:30 PM
To: samking at

Hi Sam,****

Bill Behrman suggested that I contact you.  We have organized a campus wide
open-house for students interested in social entrepreneurship.  I thought
perhaps some of the Code the Change students would be interested.  We have
some great speakers lined up, as well as a “fair” where students can hear
about classes, clubs and Stanford resources available to support them.
Dinner is included.  ****

The event is free, but it would be helpful if everyone rsvp’d so we get
some idea of how much food to order.****

Thanks for forwarding this along to your lists,****


Karen Ebert Matthys****

Center for Social Innovation****

Stanford Graduate School of Business****

kmatthys at****


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Interested in tackling a tough social or environmental issue?  Want to
change the world for the better?  Curious to hear what Stanford resources
are available to you? ****


*First Annual Stanford Social Entrepreneurship Exchange*****

*Nov 8th, 6:30-8:30 PM*****

Obendorf Hall, Zambrano Building - 3rd floor****

Knight Management Center - Stanford Graduate School of Business****


This event welcomes undergrads and graduate students across campus --- from
those who are just learning about social entrepreneurship to those who are
ready to launch a social venture tomorrow, and everyone in between! ****

·  *So, What is Social Entrepreneurship? *
Hear it from Greg Dees, the man who defined it and is often described as
the “father of social entrepreneurship”****

·  *They did it! Why not You? *
Success stories by alumni social entrepreneurs ****

·  *Pitch for Good*!
What makes a good pitch? JD Schramm, faculty director of the Stanford GSB
Communications Initiative, has the inside story ****

·  *Social Entrepreneurship Open House*
Discover resources from relevant Stanford departments, centers, programs,
and student groups ****

·  *Stanford Venture Studio Tour *
Could this be the first home of your new venture? Find out from the
Stanford GSB Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.****


Free food and drinks for all!****



For more questions, please contact: Allen Thayer****


*Co-Sponsored by:*****

Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES)****

Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, Graduate School of Business****

Center for Innovation in Public Healthcare****

Center for Social Innovation, Graduate School of Business****

Food and Agriculture Resource Management Club, Graduate School of Business**

Haas Center for Public Service****

John and Terry Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law ****

John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships****

Office of Technology Licensing****

Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (PACS)****

Program in Healthcare Innovation, Graduate School of Business****

Program on Social Entrepreneurship, Center on Democracy, Development, and
the Rule of Law****

Social E-Capital

Social Innovation Club, Graduate School of Business****

Stanford Entrepreneurship Network****

Stanford Public Policy Program****

Stanford Social Innovation Review****

Stanford Urban Studies Program****

The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment ****


Sustainable Business Club, Graduate School of Business****

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