For those looking to expand their employment options, nonprofit consulting may be the perfect option for your skills.
As government and philanthropic funding becomes unpredictable and markets evolve, some nonprofits can succeed with social enterprise. An innovative NeighborWorks America program shows them how to do it.
Social entrepreneurs not only must understand the broad environment in which they work, but also must shape those environments to support their goals, when feasible. Borrowing insights from the field of ecology, the authors offer an ecosystems framework to help social entrepreneurs create long-lasting and significant social change.
Activating the entrepreneurial mindset in young people is critical to their future success and breaking down structural inequities in communities.