Call for Papers

IV ICSB Mexico International Research & Education Conference

Transformation, Integration and Innovation

Ensenada, B.C, Mexico |April 10-11, 2019

San Diego, CA, USA|April 12-13, 2019

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ICSB Social Entrepreneurship Certificate

On April 12 in San Diego, ICSB will offering the ICSB Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship. 

ICSB Global in partnership with its worldwide affiliates and chapters is proud to offer educators, researchers, entrepreneurs, students, government officials, and small business owners the opportunity to advance their entrepreneurial knowledge and skills through our new innovative ICSB Global Social Entrepreneurship Certificate (ICSB Global SE).

Each ICSB Global SE certificate requires you complete three (3) mandatory modules followed by two (2) elective modules from the many provided. The ICSB Global SE certificate offers an invaluable experience of being able to interact with participants from across the globe and from a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and knowledge. ICSB brings over 60 years of knowledge to this certificate program.

Module One: Introduction to Global Social Entrepreneurship:

This module compares social entrepreneurship with traditional entrepreneurship, outlines the basic concepts of social entrepreneurship and summarizes social entrepreneurship concepts. An overview of new organizational options for social ventures and understanding how for-profit ventures can accomplish social good.

Module Two: Global Challenges and the UN Sustainable Development Goals:

This module examines the major components of sustainable development.  It looks at the topic of Micro, Small & Medium-size Enterprises, and the positive effect it can have on world economies, and the challenges for these MSME’s are explored in detail.

Module Three: Innovation and Opportunity Recognition for Social Enterprises:

This module brings up the topics of innovation and creativity and how these are applied in social enterprises. The process of moving from problems to solution, with empathy, and the process of moving from solution to problems, with effectuation, is explored in depth. This module discusses the diffusion of innovation and social change and why innovation often does not get adopted.