Social Capital Academy: Achieving Social Impact and Accreditation Success
The Social Inequity Webinar will take place from 12:00–1:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) followed by 15 minutes of live Q&A.
For many students, business schools are seen as accelerators for economic mobility. However, students from an underrepresented minority (URM) or first-generation (1G) background confront significant additional challenges beyond graduating in order to secure a promising professional career.
CSUF’s Social Capital Academy offers a practical, tested, cost-effective approach to supporting URM and 1G students, simultaneously positioning a business school for greater social impact and positive accreditation reviews.
At the end of this webinar, participants will:
- Explore how Social Capital Academy (SCA) can simultaneously address three key AACSB accreditation goals: social impact, diversity, and continuing student success
- Examine how the SCA can serve as a vehicle for meaningful alumni outreach and attract partnerships with major corporations
- Better understand the challenges confronted by URM and 1G students that influence their in-school performance, graduation, and most importantly, access to career-related jobs
- Meet and learn from SCA-impacted URM and 1G students and professional mentors who have participated in the program
Who Should Attend
Business school deans, administrators, faculty, and staff.
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