Author Archives: Moledina

Poverty in Wayne County and India

Poverty is global phenomena. There isn’t a single community that is not touch by the deprivation of capabilities. Income poverty affects 10% of the world population and is mostly concentrated in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Individuals in these parts of … Continue reading
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Silent Auction

Click here to support our silent auction. Global Social Entrepreneurship (GSE): is an opportunity to learn from changemakers. The two-part course consists of a seminar led by students at The College of Wooster, where they aim to form connections between global … Continue reading
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Support “South India’s first female taxi driver”

We would like to invite you to a screening of Driving with Selvi, a character driven documentary film that highlights the challenges women and girls face. The film follows Selvi, a young Indian woman who refuses to accept a devalued … Continue reading
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Believe in something impossible. Then, go do it.

The most valuable lessons I learned at Wooster, the ones I draw upon in my daily work and in job interviews, are rooted in a challenge made to a class of social entrepreneurship students one Saturday morning in January 2009. … Continue reading
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Learn from global change-makers

We are recruiting for the 2016 Award Winning Global Social Entrepreneurship experience. We believe you can solve social problems like poverty, environmental degradation, minority access to education and others by learning from and working alongside agents of change. To find out more come to … Continue reading
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SE takes a stab at farmland preservation

Reprinted from Ripples. Sprint 2015. Vol 4. Issue 4. Killbuck Valley Land Trust Newsletter, Maryanna Biggio. This winter we had the pleasure and privilege of working with three College of Wooster students who were taking an independent study course under the … Continue reading
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We are recruiting for Spring 2015!

Why: Do you want to work on solutions to environmental problems? Are you interested in learning-by doing? Do you want to learn how social enterprises, in this case, environmental-not-for-profit-organizations, solve real-world problems? What: This Spring, the College’s Social Entrepreneurship Program … Continue reading
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SE’s value proposition

By Samantha McNelly As a first year college student, I only had a general idea of what I wanted my major to be and what I wanted to do after college. I just knew that eventually, I wanted to work … Continue reading
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Social entrepreneurship and the role of government

By Amanda Collins This post was uploaded after Amanda’s Global SE experience.   Before going to India, I was politically liberal with a firm belief in a strong Federal government. I’m still a politically liberal college student, but I have … Continue reading
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The visitor

By Joshua Fields Editors note: This reflection was orginally written in July 6th 2012.  I recently went on field visit to two schools, which are run by Hippocampus, the organization that I am working for. We went to get a deeper understanding of the … Continue reading
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