The Arianne de Rothschild Fellowship and Cambridge Judge Business School will be delivering a summer school in Cambridge later this month.
The Arianne de Rothschild Innovative Entrepreneurship and Cross Cultural Fellowship will take place 19 – 31 July at the Moller Centre, Churchill College.
The summer school is designed for individuals mainly from Muslim and Jewish communities, although the programme is open to everyone working for social change in countries including Belgium, Canada, France, the UK and the US. The summer school is a combination of entrepreneurship, social sciences and workshops, and participants will learn about how to lead non-profit and social ventures and about cross-cultural issues.
Helen Haugh, Senior Lecturer in Community Enterprise at Cambridge Judge, co-director of the programme said:
This will be the fourth time I am involved with leading this programme. The course is a great opportunity for participants from North America and Europe to come together to share their ideas and learn new skills.
The Arianne de Rothschild Fellowship aims to develop a network of entrepreneurs and social activists engaged in innovation and cross-cultural dialogue. The Fellowship brings together rigorous business thinking, civic engagement and high-impact leadership to address complex issues faced by Jewish and Muslim communities in regions such as North America and Europe.