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Understanding Social Enterprise workshop: Loddon Shire link

Over the next three years ACRE is working in partnership with Rural Councils Victoria (RCV) to deliver cross sector learning and development workshops across the 38 RCV member councils. These facilitated workshops deliberately bring together cross sector leaders from government, community, education and business to learn about social enterprise.  An Understanding Social Enterprise Workshop is being delivered in the Loddon Shire this month. This two-day workshop will introduce participants to the objectives, purpose, theories and practice of social enterprise. LOCATION: Inglewood, Loddon Shire DATE:31 October & 1 November 2017 TIME: 9am – 4pm DURATION:2 days CONTACT:Pete Sacco peters@acre.org.au 0357 282 916 PRICE: Fully Funded During these workshops you will: Explore the role social enterprise is playing in rejuvenating rural communities Learn alongside ...

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Live Video: Digital Maker Week video

Beechworth ran it’s inaugural Digital Maker Week in October for local young people in collaboration with Think Digital Coach. Young people had the opportunity to learn skills in virtual reality storytelling, filming and production. Take a few minutes to watch this live footage and have a peek inside the old walls to check out all the action. The four day Digital Crusaders program and the Digital Taster sessions proved to be a real hit with all of the participants.  

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Community Update image

Wondering what’s been happening? We are pleased to share the ACRE Community Update with you. This Update will be delivered to all letterboxes in Beechworth and provides the community with all the latest news and events from ACRE and the Old Beechworth Gaol. In this Community Update you will learn more about: Our Programs being delivered Events coming up The latest progress at the Old Beechworth Gaol Take a few minutes to read all the good news here:   

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Program hands students the keys to a positive future image

An Independent Evaluation Report of the Social Enterprise in Schools Program has been launched this week in Melbourne. The report, the result of a 12-month independent evaluation of six schools participating in the pilot program was launched by the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation and ACRE. As part of the program, students created, developed and ran their own businesses within their school and donated the profits to a social cause they were passionate about. Modelled on a highly successful initiative of the Social Enterprise Academy (SEA) in Scotland, this program brings students, teachers, parents, local entrepreneurs and community leaders together to make a positive social impact. Commenting on the release of the report, ACRE CEO Matt Pflahert said: “This program puts young ...

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