The Business of Social Good: Entrepreneurship in Service of People, Planet, Profit introduces students to social entrepreneurship and design innovation and guides students through a capstone project that challenges them to develop and pitch their own business ideas in service of improving society and/or the planet.
Good business practices
The curriculum is aligned to business and entrepreneurship standards, integrates real-world case studies, and explores the latest business strategies and influencers.
Included in the curriculum
- 24 engaging lessons that employ entrepreneurship, personal development, project-based learning, and design-thinking methods with a range of teaching strategies, including presentations, videos, activities, assessments, portfolio assignments, technology integration, and community extensions
- Student worksheets that encourage students to document their entrepreneurial aspirations, processes, and inquiries
- A comprehensive facilitator’s guide that provides tips and strategies to empower teacher to confidently implement the Business of Social Good program in the classroom
- National Business Education Association (NBEA) Business Education Standards for Entrepreneurship
- National Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education Content Standards for Entrepreneurship Education (ENTRE-ED)
- Texas Essential Knowledge & Skills (TEKS) Entrepreneurship Standards
- Cloud Education for Sustainability (EFS) Standards & Performance Indicators