Equipping people to transform their communities and improve the lives of others.
We can’t fix issues like poverty, climate change and ill-health alone. That’s why the School for Social Entrepreneurs exists.
‘We help 1,000 people a year develop the skills, strengths and networks they need to tackle society’s biggest problems. We run courses that equip people to start, scale and strengthen organisations that make a positive difference. But we’re not a traditional school. Learning with SSE is inspiring, action-based and accessible. We support people in others ways too, such as funding and mentoring.’
Lord Michael Young founded SSE in 1997, and they’ve grown to a network of schools across the UK, Canada and India.
‘Together, we’re changing lives and transforming communities.’
Categories: Friends of the Inclusive Economy, Liverpool's grassroots business community
Updated 6 months ago.
Friends of the Inclusive Economy
A directory to help you navigate your way around the Liverpool City Region grassroots business community
We don't have a formal office but operate on a roaming basis
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