Hi all, I came across this great intro presentation on the basics of social entrepreneurship and how to get a job in the field. It was put out by the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. It's maybe a little specific (since it looks like it was put out with Kelley students in mind) but it's still an interesting resource. Plus, I always love seeing MBA career centers actually promoting "non-traditional" career paths like social entrepreneurship and CSR.
For those of you looking for these kinds of jobs, what strategies and tips have you found most useful? What advice would you give to other job-seekers?