Social Entrepreneurship
  • 12 students
  • 4 lessons
  • 0 quizzes
  • 4 week duration
12 students

1. Introduction to social entrepreneurship.

2. Developing your vision/mission statement and theory of change.

3. Choosing a legal structure for your social enterprise.

4. Starting a social enterprise and Creating a simple business plan.

5. Social Enterprise Case studies.

Agboola Ifeoluwa is passionate about the role that young people play in transforming the future of Africa. Currently, Ifeoluwa is Founder and Executive Director at Frontiers Africa Initiative, where she focuses on leadership and civic engagement programs and creating modules for children and teenagers in the primary and secondary school which is a gap not currently covered in the curriculum in Nigeria. Ifeoluwa is committed to leadership development and encouraging civic participation among youths because she realized that most African problems are leadership-induced, Africa’s greatest resource is people and therefore her would be development people driven. Through Frontiers Africa, she has been able to reach 200 Nigerian School Nigeria with leadership development programs. Ifeoluwa holds a bachelor’s degree in Law from Obafemi Awolowo University. She also participated in trainings and hold certifications in non-profit leadership including Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). Ifeoluwa also serves as the program coordinator for Giving Saturday, a charity that facilitates visits for undergraduate students to local prisons and several low-income communities providing necessary supplies, clothing and food items. As an undergraduate Ifeoluwa has participated in organizing conferences and symposiums in her university community. In her third year she convened the Activate Conference, an impactful full-day career, personal and national development event which had over 400 students in attendance. She has delivered keynote addresses and served as a panelist at Conferences reaching over three thousand students such as the Dare Conference, Entrepreneurial Mindset Conference, Leading Ladies Conference, Vote Your Future Conference, Mental Health for Millennials Symposium, Chosen Lady Nigeria Conference, Digital CEO Summit and many others. Ifeoluwa also served as the Lead curator and member of the organizing team for TedxOAU, in this role she sought, contacted speakers and curated the audience as well. Ifeoluwa is the author of ‘Do It Afraid’, a personal development book for millennials on dealing with fear and achieving their dreams. She blogs on personal development and Nation building. Ifeoluwa aims to extend the Frontiers Africa operations from Nigeria across all African countries and reach 10000 school children across Africa with leadership and civic education

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