Mentored by SOJO
Montana is third student at the University of Edinburgh studying international relations, originally hailing from Toronto, Ontario. Her passion for social innovation and change derived from her experience studying abroad as well as her interest in development work and social policy. SoJo is a recently established social enterprise that is dedicated to empowering and supporting young social entrepreneurs. By offering workshops and mentorship to young people and students, SoJo has been helping the social enterprise sector grow and flourish. This summer Montana will be assisting the SoJo team by working on their marketing and social media, helping plan events and conducting research focused on the development of social enterprises in Canada.
At SoJo's request, I will be using the Most Significant Change question(s) to answer, how do we best support young social entrepreneurs at their earliest stage? Therefore, I will be seeking answers to the question: looking back over the last few years, what do you think was the most significant change during the development of your social enterprise?
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