Highlights is a bi-weekly feature of the npEnterprise Forum, the official
listserv of the Social Enterprise Alliance. In it, we present interesting
comments from past discussions on the listserv. This edition highlights a
number of postings we received regarding the use of business students to do
business research and planning for social enterprise.
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STUDENT CONSULTING FOR SOCIAL ENTERPRISE
As the past manager of a student consulting program, I was glad to see so
many positive postings about the use of business students for researching
and planning social enterprises. In fact, we received so many great
responses, we decided to create a new FAQ, "Student Consulting for Social
Enterprise". To view this new FAQ, click on
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