[RECAP]: Yale School of Management: Global Social Entrepreneurship Indonesia 2018

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Global Social Entrepreneurship (GSE) is an elective course and student-led club at the Yale School of Management (SOM). Founded in 2004, GSE has emerged as one of the most popular elective course offerings at SOM. The course is centered on experiential learning, providing students with the unique opportunity to design and engage in pro bono consulting projects with non-profit and for-profit social enterprises working in the fields of economic development, education, sustainable energy, and healthcare.

Each year the GSE course focuses on a different country. Since its inception, GSE has worked with organizations in Peru, South Africa, Madagascar, the Philippines, Colombia, Thailand, Nicaragua, Ghana, and Brazil. For 2018, GSE will be working with client organizations in Jakarta, Indonesia in partnership with the Universitas Indonesia Faculty of Economics and Business.

ANGIN team has been selected by The Yale School of Management to collaborate with GSE to address key business and strategic challenges. We will be working with  a team of five highly qualified students from the Yale School of Management and other graduate and professional programs at Yale University, including Forestry & Environmental Studies, Public Health, and Global Affairs. Our team will also be joined by a student from the Universitas Indonesia. Along with the resources of Yale University and Universitas Indonesia, these students will bring a wealth of professional experience to address the challenging, real-world problems facing social enterprises and non-profits.


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