USC’s Center for Social Entrepreneurship (CSE) under the School of Business and Economics (SBE) held a virtual webinar for its 800+ students taking up Social Entrepreneurship (SoEn) course from various academic programs entitled “Environmental Actions through Social Entrepreneurship” last Oct. 20, 2021.
The webinar was attended by first- and second year SoEn students taking up Bachelor of Science in Business Administration majors in Human Resources and Marketing, B.S. Entrepreneurship, B.S. in Accountancy, as well as students from the School of Healthcare Professions.
The program was arranged by Vicente S. Maravilla, Jr., MBA, the Program Manager of CSE for Research and Academics, to highlight the triple bottomline – people, planet, profit – with clear results and impacts as part of the advocacy of the USC Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
The webinar is part of the curriculum build up for SoEn 1 and SoEn 2 going in to the Concept Plan of the students who will do a video presentation of their ideation process on how to solve environmental pollution especially plastics. The focus on plastics is aligned with efforts that has started in USC to properly manage waste inside the university campus. Future CSE webinars will tackle other relevant and contemporary social issues affecting our communities.
The webinar was live streamed in USC CSE Facebook page and also in SBE’s FB page which has now reached more than 5k viewers.