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Students and Social Enterprises

Students and Social Enterprises

Two students interested and engaged with the social enterprise movement speak about their experiences:

Megan Partridge, a student in University of Northampton, thinks social enterprises are fantastic. She learns that “social enterprises are not for everyone, but the sector is growing and can help you as a student one way or the other.”

Founder of Milaana, Hollie Gordon, remarks that the greatest challenge when trying to start a social enterprise while completing studies is determining and balancing priorities, achieving financial sustainability and having a supportive network.

via Student voices: me and social enterprise | Social Enterprise Network | Guardian Professional.



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