Are you educating people who are changemakers? You are then an "Educator/Researcher"
Educator/Researcher finds and educates people who make positive social changes, measures social impact that they create and studies factors that change society. The range of their study stretches from ODA study that focuses on poverty eradication in LDCs to measuring social impact.
Stanford Social Innovation Review(SSIR) is recommended if you want to learn about various news from the latest issues of NPOs to diverse social ventures’ management cases. Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society of Stanford University is the publisher. SSIR was made to introduce social changes in every sector of society for leaders who are making social changes. It runs various channels such as webinar, conference, magazine, online news, and podcast. SSIR shed lights on diverse range of research, hypothesis, and cases from human rights and impact investment to NPO business model.
If you are an educator who educates entrepreneurship, take a look at Ashoka U which is a program that ‘Ashoka’, the organization that finds and supports changemakers, runs. Ashoka U is a program that shifts the focus of university education to nurturing great changemakers by sharing informations related to social entrepreneurship and accelerating cooperation between social entrepreneurs and universities. Around the world, 40 universities are designated as Ashoka U. Higher education at international level and full support of social innovation within uniersity and changemaking are required in order to be designated as Ashoka U. Whether the university is determined to innovate higher education system based on cooperation and Thought Leadership is also considered in the evaluation.
Interest in social sector is growing in university organizations within the country which can be detected by the establishment of Hanyang University's social innovation center, Yonsei Center for Social Innovation. and KAIST social entrepreneur MBA.
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If you received the result that you are ‘Educator/Researcher’, why don’t you pay attention to ‘Impact Basecamp’?
Root Impact is running an education program that aims to nurture future changemakers. Impact Basecamp offers young people an experience solving problems that social venture is facing by using the approach of design thinking and strategic thinking. The camp became credit-transferrable from the 6th term as it started to cooperate with Hanyang University. It is highly suggested to the universities that are considering nurturing social entrepreneur to participate in this camp.