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graduation

I graduated from the School for Social Entrepreneurs in London earlier in the Spring.  I spent 28 productive days in the last year learning from social entrepreneurs and would-be social entrepreneurs.  When I am back from my holiday I’ll blog my graduation presentation but the lessons are all sinking in. … and a whole new year of students has started their journey.

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I’m a global mentor, are you?

A big thank you to everyone who has kept in touch throughout this year of blog silence. I have been taking some time out of work to attend London’s School for Social Entrepreneurs as a student in their block group and I graduate tomorrow. For me it’s been time to think about how best to set up Mentoring Worldwide, what it could be, what structures might suit and to meet many other people also working out how to set up new social enterprises. For others who are not necessarily working full time elsewhere there has been much more action as their projects go from strength to strength.

No matter how silent I was I still got enquiries from would-be partners, researchers and potential funders via the blog. And that’s got to tell me something about the strength of the idea.

I’m a global mentor, are you?


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