QC Youth Leaders Learn about Social Entrepreneurship

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QC Youth Leaders Learn about Social Entrepreneurship


MANILA, Philippines - Staying true to its mission of nation-building, the Ateneo de Manila University-School of Government (ASOG) recently conducted iChange: Youth Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship training-workshop for youth leaders from different barangays of the first district of Quezon City.The training was held together with Kaya Natin! Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership, the office of Sen. Francis 'Kiko' Pangilinan and the office of Quezon City Vice-Mayor Joy Belmonte-Alimurung.Harvey Keh, ASOG director for youth leadership and social entrepreneurship said the iChange program is being brought to different areas of the country because they want to form young changemakers."We want participants to go back to their communities and create projects that can better the lives of the people in their communities. We believe that even if you're still young, you have the ability to bring positive change in our society," Keh said.Participants learned how they can create responsive solutions to the problems in their communities. Social entrepreneurship is finding innovative and sustainable ways of solving social problems using entrepreneurial and business skills. Instead of profit being the main end goal, it sees social development as the main benchmark of an enterprise's success.The training provides young people with the fundamental tools for creating possible social ventures. Topics presented during the workshop are how to set a social enterprise's vision and mission, developing Specific-Measurable-Actionable-Realistic-Timely (SMART) goals, and making concrete action plans and basics in resource mobilization. …

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