National Recognition for Social Enterprise Schools

Social Enterprise Schools has been recognised nationally by the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).

ACARA's Careers Education - General Capabilities Project showcases Social Enterprise Schools as a leading ‘Illustration of Practice’ through a video series filmed recently in north east Victoria and now being shared with schools Australia wide.

Cathedral College Wangaratta (P-12) and Myrrhee Primary School have participated in Social Enterprise Schools since 2015 and share how the initiative has been incorporated into key Australian Curriculum learning areas as well as the exciting learning outcomes for students.

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Find out more about Myhhree Primary School and their journey with social enterprise

Understanding Social Enterprise

Our 'Understanding Social Enterprise' workshops across Victoria are starting a new dialogue around building economic and social capital.

Over two days, leaders from government, community, education and business sectors come together to explore how social enterprise could create social change.

The workshop is made up of facilitated discussion and visits to social enterprises in the community, developing an understanding of how social enterprise might work in local communities. 

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What is the Understanding Social Enterprise program like?

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How it works

How it works

Find out what students will do, the support available to teachers and about links with communities 

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How to get involved

How to get involved

We're looking for schools, local entrepreneurs and community organisations to take part and share their experience

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Be a program facilitator

Be a program facilitator

Support the next generation of entrepreneurs by becoming a facilitator for young people in your community

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Latest Annual Report

Latest Annual Report

Read the Social Enterprise Academy Australia's Annual Report

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