The Clinton School of Public Service has added a new skill-building certificate in Social Entrepreneurship beginning this fall. The certificate is available to students enrolled in the Master of Public Service degree program.
The Social Entrepreneurship certificate is designed to give MPS students the knowledge and skills needed to design, implement, and evaluate social enterprises. Students will learn how to leverage innovative models and approaches to create positive social impact while ensuring sustainability.
To earn a Social Entrepreneurship certificate, students must complete a total of two courses and an International Public Service Project and Capstone project focused on social entrepreneurship.
The Social Entrepreneurship certificate joins the Communication for Social Change certificate and Program Planning & Evaluation for Social Change certificate options. Each certificate was created with on-the-ground knowledge and feedback from Clinton School alumni and partner organizations, and is grounded in the principles of creating transformative, sustainable change.