Note for teachers:

The Socialpreneurship Project was developed in Langley, British Columbia in alignment with the BC Career Life Education 10 curriculum by Michelle Allen.

The Socialpreneurship Project School General Guidelines:

  • CLE classes complete the project and present in class. One group per class is chosen to present in school-wide finals.  Smaller schools may choose to send two groups per class to the finals.  Schools may choose to do school-wide or grade-wide presentations
  • The final presentation should be done in front of a panel of judges consisting of both adults and students.
Download the PDF version of the student guide & teacher guides:
Socialpreneurship Project Teacher Guide

Socialpreneurship Project Student Guide

Some amazing resources and information regarding the benefits of Volunteerism:

  1. Ballard_et_al-2018-Child_Development
  2. JAMA Peds volunteering & CV risk_2013
  3. JAMA_Volunteering – Advice for patients JAMA Peds 2013
  4. Metz_et_al-2005-Political_Psychology
  5. Personal resilience and identity capital among young people
  6. Positive Mental Health in Adolescence predicts Volunteering_2018
  7. Wray-Lakeetal.CivicEngagementandDailyWell-Being.JPP.Finalunformatted
  8. Youniss_High School community service as a predictor of adult volunteering