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Sandra Enos, PhD
Bryant University and
Kerry Condon
RI Campus Compact
The companion histories of service-learning and
social entrepreneurship
 Institutionalizing these practices on campuses
 What’s all this I hear about social
entrepreneurship?
 The multiple ways to engage the world for good;
social change toolbox (MNCC and Stanford)
 Social change toolbox: many tools, many
disciplines
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Social change inventory
Can we expand service-learning and civic
engagement to include and connect with
social entrepreneurship?
What language can be used?
What incentives are there?
The case of toy deserts
The issue of community impact
The case of the Play Pump and other
innovations
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Next steps
 Resources
▪ Ashoka University
▪ Sullivan Foundation
▪ Developments that connect service-learning with
innovation, creativity, design thinking and other “new”
fashions.
▪ Principles of engagement
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Where are service learning, innovation, community
engagement, experiential learning, social
entrepreneurship and other community-oriented
learning efforts located on your campus?
 What important characteristics on your campus flavor
your view and enactment of community
engagement? On my campus
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SE, SL on a business campus
Where is the focus?
What are the multiple ways we may engage the world
as active citizens?
 Are we limited in how we see (and teach) this?
 Driving Social Change: Light’s framework
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Thnking outside the Bubble Enos ERCC 2014
Thnking outside the Bubble Enos ERCC 2014
Conscientious
consumption
Deliberative
Service
learning
Organizational
support
democracy
Witnessing
Philanthropy
Action Research
Social
entrepreneurship
Rhetoric and
story-telling
Advocacy
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Community
organizing

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