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Social Enterprise/Entrepreneurship Class under the guidance and direction of Joseph Natale, an internationally experienced Business Entrepreneur and Social Enterprise Expert. Entrepreneurial youth learn to develop and help manage unique and profitable businesses.

 

Members learn PURE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE giving back to their community by allocating a portion of their profits to social causes helping land, sea and people.

 

Session Learning Objectives: Organizational Development, Budgeting & Financial Management, Market Analysis, Marketing, Planning and Implementation. Participants earn shares in an active company and learn Pure Social Enterprise. 

The Current Ongoing Business Members Participate & Manage:

SB Creative Tours

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Day & After School Sessions Available
Times To Be Arranged With Students

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Local & Global Civic Engagment

Participants in the D'Arezzo Center for Creative Education will have an opportunity to engage in meaningful projects. They will learn about local and global issues and use their gifts, talents and skills to bring awareness and effect change. 

Heart Ventures was created by D'Arezzo Center Founder Joseph Natale.  This was the original vehicle for youth and adults to participate locally and globally in meaningful projects. Currently D'Arezzo Center Members will have the same opportunity. 

The following are examples of projects students from around the world, including Stanford, Peperdine, Westmont, local high schools and international youth, have participated in.  

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Members of the D'Arezzo Center will learn about the creation of this document by Eleanor Roosevelt and it's implementation. Together participants will discover opportunities to bring awareness of human rights through their creative gifts. This will include group projects that will ultimately be shared throughout the community in schools, non-profits, town meetings, businesses, and on the web.