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Small Business Supporting Organizations
Youth Entrepreneurship Resources Information
3E Learning - shows teaching methods within Entrepreneurship that educators can use to teach their students about small business and new venture creation.
Babson College - recognized internationally for its entrepreneurial leadership in a changing global environment.
Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education - Helps people of all ages find their own entrepreneurial opportunities.
Find How.com - Financial aid tool guide for college students
Harvard Business School - online video clips of entrepreneurs. The video clips are free to watch, and are linked to cases and other helpful supporting materials.
SEE- Symposia for Entrepreneurship Educators
VentureWell (formerly NCIIA) - is a higher level education that cultivates revolutionary ideas and promising inventions.
Business Insurance - a guide for business insurance for small businesses.
Business Planning - a guide for developing business plans.
Entrepreneur Magazine - magazine that highlights the latest in entrepreneurial ventures.
Fast Company - magazine that highlights the latest fastest growing start-ups
Global Entrepreneurship Institute (gCase.org) - Non-profit "open source" online resource for high tech entrepreneurs.
LBTC Business Incubator- is a competition to encourage students and individuals to pursue entrepreneurial ventures and develop high-growth businesses.
Netscape Netbusiness - fortune magazine that provide content for Small Businesses.
New Times Business - business planning tool guide.
Spigit - platform for launching emerging technologies.
Success Magazine - magazine is designed specifically to serve the growing entrepreneur, the home-based and small-business markets.
Tulane Business Plan Competition - The Tulane Entrepreneurs Association with assistance from Levy Rosenblum Institute provide an educational and supportive opportunity to present venture concepts before a panel of judges.
2013 Tulane Business Plan Competition - a summary of the 2013 Tulane Business Competition and Domain Companies N. O. Entrepreneur Challenge
BrainTrack.com - offers in-dept US college and career profiles as well as degree and wage statistics for over 400 occupations that require college education for entry of advancement.
CareerBuilder.com - nationwide job openings, plus practical career advice: interview tips, cover letter and resume writing tricks, and help with negotiating your salary.
Collegeboard.com - college readiness resource for high school students.
Collegenet.com - college and financial aid information
Collegescholarships.com - college resource site.
CoolWorks.com - work opportunities at resorts, theme parks, and vacation areas.
- serves everyone involved in the transition to higher education.
Fastweb.com - sign-up for scholarship information online.
Finaid.org - financial aide research engine.
Free-4u.com - scholarships, grants, fellowship, awards and funds news magazine.
- internet resource for grants, loans, and financial aid listings for pre-college students.
Harvard University Business School - a video archive that capture insights from leading members of the Harvard entrepreneurial community.
HeadHunter.net- commercial bulletin board
Jobtrak - opportunities for college students Monster.com - job openings, online career counselors, live chats, and an extensive database of employer profiles.
Petersons Education Directories - a comprehensive guide to college information.
- search engine and database of private scholarships designed to assist students identify sources for undergraduate through postgraduate study.
Allan Houston Foundation- a unique collaboration of celebrity, corporate and civic organizations that promotes entrepreneurship driven towards the greater good of the community.
Ashoka - fast track for social change.
Asset Building- enables persons to accumulate and preserve long-term productive assets.
Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship - Duke University's center for the social entrepreneurship and offers great research tools to the social entrepreneur.
CDVCA (Community Development Venture Capital Alliance) - trade association for the rapidly growing community development venture capital industry.
Community Wealth Ventures - assist non-profit organizations and develops community investment strategies for corporations.
Dell Social Innovation Competition - a competition that engages students from all around the world who want to improve areas of critical human need through innovation.
Echoing Green Foundation - provides fellowship to social entrepreneurs who are creating their own non-profit or community organization.
Foundation Strategy Group - an international consulting firm focused on the development of corporate social responsibility.
Harnessing the Private Sector - a wonderful article supplied by the World Economic Forum.
Idealist.org - Action without Borders connects nonprofit and community organizations.
Institute for Social Entrepreneurs - provides seminars, workshops and coaching services for social enterprises in the United States and around the world.
John Elstrott, Executive Director of LRI, presents: Conscious Capitalism and Entrepreneurship to Freeman Alum in San Francisco.
John Elstrott, Executive Director of LRI, presents, The Conscious Entrepreneur to the Freeman Alum in Los Angeles
John Elstrott, Executive Director of LRI, presents "Altruism, Capitalism and the Enlightened Entrepreneur"
John Elstrott Video Bio
John Mackey, CEO/Founder of Whole Foods presents "Conscious Capitalism"
National Social Venture Competition
NFF Capital Partners - helps non-profit organizations in receiving capital and placement services
Nextbillion.net - resource center for social enterprise development.
Program on Social Entrepreneurship - sponsored by Yale School of Management
Propeller - diverse group of entrepreneurs that discuss the challenges facing the city and work colllaboratively to identify solutions to the challenges
REDF (Formerly the Roberts Enterprise Development Fund) the foundation partners with a portfolio of San Francisco Bay Area nonprofit organizations to create jobs and training opportunities in social purpose enterprises.
School for Social Entrepreneurs - academic study on social entrepreneurship.
Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship - funding for social entrepreneurship ventures.
Social Edge - great resources provided by social entrepreneurs for social entrepreneurs.
Social Enterprise Alliance is a membership organization devoted exclusively to building sustainable nonprofits through earned income strategies.
- an open and collaborative online platform for cross sector and multidisciplinary learning for a social change.
Social Venture Partners - programs centered on education, children and the environment.
Skoll Foundation - a foundation focused on creating a sustainable world of peace and prosperity.
Stewart Satter Program - NYU supports new educational and research initiatives and fosters social venture creation.
World Economic Forum - an independent organization dedicated in engaging leaders across the world to form partnerships to shape the global, regional and industry agendas.
Yale School of Management - focuses on partnerships with non profit organization.
eWeb - St. Louis University entrepreneurship portal.
EcEdWeb - Economic Education Web
Economics America - National Council on Economic Education
LTBN - entrepreneurial support community.
EDTEC - (Education, Training and Enterprise Center) Provides your entrepreneurs with training.
- Educational Resources Information Center
Junior Achievement - community of opportunity creators for kids.
Kidsway - a new organization that specializes in entrepreneurship for youth. Check them out for materials, newsletters and training.
The Mint - economic and entrepreneurial resources for Middle-School and High-School students, teachers and parents.
NFTE - National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship
Oklahoma Innovation Institute - resource for CEO and Presidents of small to mid-size companies.
- created for young people interested in working for themselves.