We help the Filipino community develop leaders and social entrepreneurs
The Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship (LSE) Training Program wants overseas Filipino workers to view themselves as agents of positive transformation, prepare for financial security upon retirement and / or reintegration in the Philippines, and run businesses that are not only financially sound but also beneficial for the greater good of the community. It's an empowerment program run by the LSE Migration and Development Consortium composed of the Ateneo School of Government (ASoG), the Overseas Filipinos Society for the Promotion of Economic Security (OFSPES), the Social Enterprise Development Partnerships, Inc (SEDPI) and the UGAT Foundation. We collaborate closely with the Philippine Embassy/Consulate-General, and POLO/OWWA. > Learn more →
The LSE Basic Course run for (nearly) six months and consists of 12 full-day sessions. Students will be asked to develop and present their business plan to a panel of experts and entrepreneurs.
Want to run your own business but not sure how? Do you want to manage your finances smarter and hone your leadership skills? If you possess both desire and commitment to do the work that's needed then read on.
Supporting LSE makes good business sense. Our target participants are ambitious and business-minded individuals who will engage or are already engaged in entrepreneurial activities. They are natural networkers.
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The LSE Training Program in the Netherlands for 2016 will start in September. Possible venues are Amsterdam and/or Den Haag.
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