This noncredit course for first-year students brings to the Evanston campus the leading national practitioners in social enterprises from nonprofit and for-profit firms. The speaker series examines current societal issues and problems that span public-private sector issues, such as innovative approaches for addressing social problems in the United States and abroad. Key speakers examine how major organizations provide social benefits and deal with social issues on a neighborhood and national scale.
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