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StartingBloc Institute for Social Innovation

StartingBlocEvent: Global Institute for Social Innovation, London Business School (Website)

Organised by: StartingBloc – Created in partnership with the MIT Sloan School of Management, the first and only USA based 501c3 to educate youth on corporate social responsibility and social entrepreneurship.

Key Dates:
Dates: July 2008 (four consecutive days)
Application Deadline: December 1, 2007

For Whom:
StartingBloc aims to prepare outstanding undergraduate students and young professionals who will become the next generation of leaders in all three sectors—public, private, and social.

Editor’s Note: I have completed the StartingBloc Fellowship in 2007 – and will be happy to answer any questions about the program.

StartingBloc Institutes for Social Innovation are four-day fellowship programs in social innovation. At the Institute, candidates learn industry best practices around corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, and sustainability. Corporate innovators, social entrepreneurs, and academics discuss cutting edge strategies around implementing social and environmental change through enterprise.

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