5 Change-Maker Themed Opportunities

Here are 5 change-maker themed opportunities if you’re interested in social entrepreneurship, human-centered design, female empowerment, and having a little fun(!) — compliments of our friends at StartingBloc

1        USC Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship (MSSE)
The MSSE will give you business skills and confidence for your career in social impact. Designed to accommodate the schedules of working professionals with evening and weekend courses. You can complete your degree in one, one and a half, or two years. Sign up today to attend an upcoming information session!

2.         Design Thinking with Mindhatch
Mindhatch helps you solve complex business problems and design products, services, and experiences your customers love using our design thinking expertise. We help you come to strategic decisions and embrace organizational change and innovation with our creative facilitation expertise. We’ll design and deliver “Insightful Experiences” that get you “Inspired Results. Click here to learn more!

3. Join THE GIVE – A monthly curated list of Social Impact Jobs
StartingBloc Fellow Danielle Vermeer curates The GIVE, a fantastic monthly newsletter with social impact jobs and opportunities. Join here.

4. Calling all Female Entrepreneurs + Intrapraneurs! Join MergeLane
MergeLane is a business accelerator for startup companies that have at least one female in leadership. It’s a mentorship driven program that provides investment, curriculum targeting the most critical early-stage business issues, personal coaching and a wide network of mentors and investors. You can find more details online here. Applications are open on a rolling basis now though November 23rd.

5. Play ‘I Love Potatoes’
I Love Potatoes is an adventure game for 7 to 77 year olds that deals with social innovation and sustainable economy issues in a slightly absurd, funny and quirky manner. This playful journey will teach the steps of social innovation to people of all ages. Download the game here!

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