About The Institute for Social Entrepreneurs
The Institute for Social Entrepreneurs provides seminars, workshops and consulting services for social entrepreneurs
in the United States and around the world.
The Institute for Social Entrepreneurs is a for-profit consulting company founded in 1999 by Jerr Boschee, who served for the previous eight years as President and CEO of The National Center for Social Entrepreneurs. Among the National Center's major accomplishments during Boschee's tenure were creation
of The National Gathering for Social Entrepreneurs
(now known as the Social Enterprise Alliance) and The Affirmative Business Alliance of North America, the first two membership organizations for entrepreneurs in the field of social enterprise. Under his leadership, the National Center also mounted demonstration projects in nine cities that helped more than 60 nonprofits change their organizational cultures and begin adopting entrepreneurial strategies.
Entrepreneurial Learning Circles®
Customized consulting services
Partnership with the National Urban League
How to sponsor a seminar or workshop
Please call +01-214-866-0472, send an e-mail to email@example.com or write to us at The Institute for Social Entrepreneurs, 6215 Sandydale Drive, Dallas, Texas 75248-3942
Migrating from Innovation to Entrepreneurship: How Nonprofits are Moving toward Sustainability and Self-Sufficiency
The Social Enterprise Sourcebook
Marketing" (columns reprinted from the Social Enterprise Reporter)
"Eight basic principles for nonprofit entrepreneurs"
"Keep or Kill? Score Your Programs: Use This Tool to Decide Which Activities to Nurture - and Which to Abandon"
"Recycling Ex-Cons, Addicts and Prostitutes: The Mimi Silbert Story"
"Social Entrepreneurship: Some Nonprofits are Not Only Thinking about the Unthinkable, They're Doing It - Running a Profit"
"Strategic marketing for social entrepreneurs"
Frequently asked questions
Electronic links (annotated)
"Social Entrepreneurship: The Promise and the Perils"