Seattle Pacific University School of Business and Economics annually conducts a social enterprise competition. Student teams conceive enterprises that address social problems, formulate business plans, wrestle with practical ethical questions, balance business and social issues, and manage team dynamics. Through their projects, student competitors learn how to use business planning to address social problems, deepen their convictions, and increase their skill in helping others. This paper examines how the competition contributes to the formation of personal character.
|Keywords:||Character Formation, Character Development, Social Enterprise, Social Venture, Student Competition, Business Planning, Values, Virtue|
Clinical Professor, School of Business and Economics, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington, USA
Joseph C. Hope Professor of Leadership & Ethics, Accounting, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington, USA
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