Social entrepreneurship is taking off across the globe. For the under 18 crowd, however, it appears that much less is happening and the word has yet to get out.
Social Edge, a program run by the Skoll Foundation (neat name, huh?) by, for and about social entrepreneurship, has opened a discussion about a very, very important question:
How can we best engage young people to become active social entrepreneurs, and not just train future professionals to be ethical business practitioners?
If you’re into socially responsible businesses, there are a few pretty cool projects in the forum.[Link]