ASAP: Learnings from Joint University Social Sciences Accelerator

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7th June 2021

On 2nd March 2021, the Aspect Student Accelerator Programme (ASAP) team hosted a webinar to share insights and learnings on various aspects of running the multi-institution programme, including: how the accelerator structure and curriculum were adapted for social entrepreneurs, and the value of social science research to early and later stage social entrepreneurs. The ASAP team is joined by Sharath Jeevan, an experienced social entrepreneur and founder of STiR Education and Intrinsic Labs.

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Webinar

Panel

Caroline Mei – Community and Operations Lead

Kiran Arokiasamy – Programming Lead

Alejandro Serrano Saunders – ASAP Cohort Founder, I Speak Mental Health

Kajal Sanghrajka (Moderator) – ASAP Advisor


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