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Introduction and Table of Contents:
Social Entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship is recognizing a social problem and applying entrepreneurial principles to create a solution. If this sounds like something that would interest you, this section contains a directory of the resources to help you realize your vision:

In addition, local universities may offer pro bono management consulting services to local non-profits. For example, Stanford University offers a program where they match alumni volunteers with Bay Area Nonprofits.