SSE Australia was launched in early 2009 and already boasts a network of close to 300 fellows. It runs a range of courses from the 4-month Accelerator Program for social enterprises ready to launch and grow to the 9-month Incubator program for early stage social ventures.Learn about our story
15 students are set to take part in the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) Australia, Bendigo Social Change 101 Program, this week.
The School for Social Entrepreneurs Ontario opened in 2012.Learn about our story
Community mourns loss of a great friend and leader. Tom Murphy greeted the world with a bear hug, and the world couldn't resist hugging him back.
SSE Ireland and our CEO Lynda Stopford featured in this week's Sunday Times in an article highlighting the growth of social enterprise in Ireland. "Social Enterprises don't typically get the same access to support as so-called regular businesses. But social enterprises are businesses too, they employ people, they make an economic impact as well as a social one." If anything social entrepreneurs may need more help building sustainable businesses than regular entrepreneurs.
SSE was founded in the UK by Michael Young in 1997. We now operate schools in London (which is also the location of our head office), Cornwall, Dartington, Fife, Hampshire, East of England, Liverpool and Yorkshire.Learn about our story
See Joel Gibbard talking on the Good Morning Britain sofa about his bionic robotic hand that he creates on a 3D printer.
Develop your business in line with the ever changing economy with this unique 2-day course at the prestigious Eden Project on Friday 20th February and Friday 27th March
SSE Dartington are delighted to announce that they are now recruiting for the Rural Devon Social Entrepreneurs Programme that will start in January 2015.
SSE Fellow Naomi Marek's organisation Sky Badger Announced as a 2014 Guardian Charity Award Winner
2014 has been a great year for the School for Social Entrepreneurs Hampshire.
We have run four different programmes including the main year-long Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Programme; PwC Social Entrepreneurs Programme; a Young Social Entrepreneurs Programme at Warblington High School and a Social Start-up Programme in partnership with the University of Portsmouth; phew!
Last night the winner of the Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award was announced at a ceremony in London and Becky John, founder of Who Made Your Pants? walked away with £10,000 to invest in her social enterprise.
The founder of the compassion social network, AnonCare, became one of the first people in the country to graduate from the School for Social Entrepreneurs in the Midlands as high impact professional dedicated to serving and improving the community
The School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) North West, part of the Blackburne House Group, were proud winners of the Social Advocate of the Year Award at this year’s Powerful Together Award.
We are offering another unique opportunity for you to properly get to grips with your organisation's finances!
We are pleased to announce a new project from SSE- online mini 'witness sessions' from social entrepreneurs who have been there and done it (and got the t-shirt!). The videos will be released throughout 2015 but the trailer is now live on our YouTube channel along with the outtakes.
Today Discover UK - one of our recent SSEYH graduates have launched a new awareness campaign for disabled consumers in the UK on their website.