Servant Leadership and Social Entrepeneurship are topics that are discussed on College campuses surrounding the use leadership and market principles to address the root causes of the social needs expressed in society with the ultimate goal being change and remedying those needs. Though servant leadership and social entrepeneurship vary in their approach to addressing social needs, they both require empathy, knowledge of the issues and their causes, a commitment to create change, a strong sense of values, and a belief in stewardship. "Cool People Care: Saving the World with Your Day Job" asks you to explore these two pivotal approaches and commit to being Cool through Caring!
Conference Registration is simple. It takes only a few moments to complete. If you are a Randolph-Macon College student, the Office of Student Life will cover your registration cost. Registration for the conference for students from other institutions is $15.00. Checks should be made payable to Randolph-Macon College and mailed to:
Everybody wants a great career, but more and more, people want to make a difference, as well. Today’s students care deeply about their planet and their communities, and they are committed to doing whatever they can – large or small – to make sure their time on the planet makes it a better place.
The good news is that most anyone can make a living while also making a difference.
Sam Davidson, founder of the organization Cool People Care, knows the ups and downs that come with building a “make a difference” career. A leading advocate of “Social Entrepreneurship,” Sam knows how students can make big change through their line of work, their talents, and their interests. Today’s college students have a high level of civic engagement, and they have a desire to make a positive impact in their communities. Sam shows them that you don’t have to drop out and fly halfway across the planet to make a difference, anymore. Every young leader can plan their careers, shape their involvements, and set their goals in a way that puts their desire to “make a difference” into actual ACTION.
In this keynote, Sam introduces students to the concepts surrounding “Social Entrepreneurship,” demonstrating how leaders of all talents and resources can engage their talents for the benefit of others. An inspiring leadership keynote, Cool People Care will motivate your audience to think big.
Randolph-Macon College invites anyone interested in sharing their leadership knowelge with students at Randolph-Macon College to submit a program proposal to be considered for presentation during the breakout sessions at the Student Leadership Conference to be held on Saturday, March 2, 2013 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, VA.
How Do I Submit a Proposal?Submitting a program proposal is incredibly easy. Just click here!!! You will be contacted by a member of the conference committee to confirm receipt of your proposal and to arrange any special needs you may have for your presentation. Questions?If you have further questions, please feel free to contact James McGhee, Assistant Dean of Students, at 804-752-7266 or email@example.com. You may also contact the Office of Student Life at 804-752-7318 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for giving of your time to share your skills and knowledge with our leaders!