Workshop for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (WOFIE)

Workshop Details
3 - 7 November 2014
Deakin University, Melbourne Burwood Campus
Theme: Developing Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Not- For-Profit (NFP) sector

Not-For-Profit (NFP) organisations and charitable bodies in Australia provide vital social and environmental support services in key areas such as community care, emergency response services, child welfare and protection, homelessness, social inclusion, mental health, addiction support, disability and aged care, animal welfare and environmental and heritage protection. As such they deserve to benefit from the multi-discipline, multi-cultural research-based entrepreneurial thinking that Deakin students can offer in relation to key contemporary challenges. The participating organisation for the 2014 event will be announced soon.

Postgraduate students seeking credit: participate inWOFIE and complete MPI700 Postgraduate Internship

Are you eligible to enrol in MPI700 Postgraduate Internship as part of your studies? If so, you can apply to participate in the WOFIE program and, if accepted, also apply to enrol in MPI700. Successful completion of the WOFIE program and pre- and post-event assessment activities will mean that you can benefit in an industry-based learning event and complete a unit of study towards your qualification.

More information about previous WOFIE events.

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Hosted and supported by the Deakin Graduate School of Business

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