The School of Christian Social Entrepreneurship is structured on a work-study model whereby student work is an integral and mandatory part of the educational process and allows students to attend school tuition-free.
The School provides a quality, hands-on entrepreneurial education to highly motivated and capable students who otherwise would not have an opportunity to receive an education due to lack of funds.
Students then have a financial obligation to remit a portion of their financial success back to the School, as well as toward social causes in the community. A royalty or license system will ensure that the School receives benefits from anything developed by educators or students while on campus. This will ensure that our school is self-sustaining.
We will instill a culture of giving back in an effort to create a better Africa and encourage philanthropy. This will keep our graduates engaged with the School and the next generation of leaders as they rise through the program.