Rachel Hogan Carr, the Executive Director of Easton’s Nurture Nature Center, will teach Social Entrepreneurship (INDS 223) this coming Spring 2021 semester. Ms. Carr has experience in social science community research studies, innovation in community engagement, and a wide range of roles in several of Easton’s civic organizations.
Monday, November 2
Course topics include a range of organizational models: not-for-profit groups, organizations with revenue-generating products or services in pursuit of a social goal, and socially responsible for-profit companies. Students will learn from examples that include locally-based efforts, organizations that operate around the U.S., and examples from abroad. They will also be part of a team that designs and develops strategies for a particular societal issue relevant to a community partner.