The Apprentice Challenge

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by Fenella Rouse

Last week, students on SSE London’s Fellowship course took part in ‘The Apprentice Challenge’.  SSE volunteer Fenella Rouse reflects on a tough, but extremely rewarding two days.

It was deliberately a mystery, almost a secret : it produced strong feelings, frustration and fun; it was  very different from what we usually do in a two day learning block at SSE and some sparky ideas came out of it. Continue reading

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It’s Friday, so here you go – it’s this weeks social enterprise links!

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by David McGlashan

It’s seemed a bit of a quiet week this week (although that could be me not checking Twitter so often). Tweet me if you’ve spotted something I’ve missed, or let me know if there is something you’d like me to include in forthcoming weeks. Continue reading

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Round up of this week’s social enterprise links…

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by David McGlashan

This week’s roundup is a day early as I’ll be at Latitude Festival tomorrow!  There’s been some interesting stuff out on the web this week – don’t forget to let me know if you see anything that you would like to share with others. Continue reading

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This week’s social enterprise roundup…

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by David McGlashan

Hurray! The sun is shining (finally).  Here are a whole host of useful things that I’ve seen on the web this week- read them outside and enjoy the sunshine while it lasts! Continue reading

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Social Entrepreneur Guest Blog: Celebrate My Library

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We love our public libraries. And are not alone. With the past, and continuing, budget cuts facing libraries up and down the country it has brought library fans out in droves.

Regardless of your personal political beliefs, the tireless work of local groups campaigning, fighting and saving their local libraries is admirable. But we felt there was something missing in all these campaigns. With all the focus spent on saving libraries, little time was left to take a step back and remind people why they are worth saving in the first place. Continue reading

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