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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2017-2018
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AEM 3385 - Social Entrepreneurship Practicum: Anabel’s Grocery


(CU-CEL)     
Fall. 3 credits. Student grading option (no audit).

Prerequisite: Acceptance to the Anabel’s Grocery Team.

A. Wessels.

A seminar course with a practicum in management and operation of a campus-based, student-led social enterprise, Anabel’s Grocery. Anabel’s Grocery is a nonprofit project of the Center for Transformative Action that addresses food insecurity at Cornell by providing fresh, nutritious and affordable food, as well as educational programs on healthy and nutritious eating.

Outcome 1: Apply basic best practices in the governance, management and assessment of a nonprofit social venture.

Outcome 2: Demonstrate relevant best practices at the intersections of design, wellness, hospitality, and food delivery, with a focus on community, accessibility and equity.

Outcome 3: Demonstrate relevant best practices at the intersections of design, wellness, hospitality, and food delivery, with a focus on community, accessibility and equity.

Outcome 4: In a setting where success requires effective teamwork, interact and work collaboratively with diverse peers, with a higher level of self-awareness and empathy.

Outcome 5: Demonstrate an understanding of the impact and causes of food insecurity within the context of the larger food system, and incorporate this understanding into the design of a more effective solution with attention to financial sustainability and social/environmental impact.



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