WesFest Panel: Social Entrepreneurship at Wesleyan (4/17)

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Social Entrepreneurship at Wesleyan

Thursday, April 17
(during WesFest)

1-2 p.m.

Allbritton 311

An information-packed hour about social impact, innovation, and entrepreneurship at Wesleyan. Hear from the director of Wesleyan’s Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship, which offers co-curricular workshops, three types of grants, and mentoring services; PCSE Peer Advisors; student leaders from the extra-curricular Wesleyan Entrepreneurship Society (WES^2) and the for-credit forum “Entrepreneurship Studies 101”; and winners of the PCSE Seed Grant competition for student-led social ventures.

Speakers: Makaela Kingsley ’98, Director of the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship; Alex Cantrell ’14, co-leader of the for-credit student forum “Entrepreneurship Studies 101,” PCSE Peer Advisor, and StartingBlock Fellow (Bos ’12); Katya Sapozhnina ’16, co-leader of the for-credit student forum “Entrepreneurship Studies 101,” founder of the Wesleyan Entrepreneurship Society (WES^2), and PCSE Peer Advisor; Oladoyin Oladapo ’14, Senior Class President, COO of JooMah, and Founder of Abulle.com and Idunnu Studios; and Tavo True-Alcala ’15, Founder of Wishing Well.