This summer, Youth Outreach Services is implementing a job readiness mentor program to help the ex-offenders to become employable and business owners. Youth Outreach Services is reaching out to college students to help research, develop and implement the job readiness mentor program and have it documented through George Mason University BIS (Bachelor of Individualized Studies ) specializing in transforming the ex-juvenile offender into a social entrepreneur. Continue reading
In this episode of RETV, Elizabeth Charity is joined by Brittney Hill, President of the Social Entrepreneurship Society of George Mason University to interview Ronald Maierhofer, author of “No Money Down: How to Buy a Sports Franchise”. The GMU Social Entrepreneurship Society gives its student members the opportunity to get hands on experience in networking with local entrepreneurs, while building their resume. Another student, Indya Williams, taped the interview on location at George Mason University.
Youth Outreach Services has partnered with the Social Entrepreneurship Society of George Mason University, for social changes within our community. The Social Entrepreneurship Society was formed in October 2013 for student entrepreneurs or aspiring student entrepreneurs with the sole purpose of encouraging social entrepreneurship.
We are so excited about this upcoming event at Dewberry Hall on the George Mason University campus! Mark our calendars and come out and support us on Monday, April 28th from 12:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. Admission is $15 for the general public and $5 for students with a valid student ID. We invite you to download and share the flyer and contact any of the persons listed for more information, tickets or to discover how you may become a vendor or a featured act or artist. Continue reading