Engaging Gen Z in Socially Conscious Entrepreneurship


According to an Axios/Momentive poll, 54% of Gen Z has a negative view of capitalism. Meanwhile, ASA research has found that a similar amount—over half—have entrepreneurial ambitions, and 59% want a career that helps others. This panel discussion will focus on how we can help Gen Z fulfill their entrepreneurial aspirations while adhering to their values and aiding the social causes they care about the most.

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  1. Learn how equitable access to programming in school helps youth build essential skills that help them tap into their entrepreneurial potential.
  2. Learn how to empower students with the resources they need to help them advocate for themselves and what they care about in the world.
  3. Learn how to help students build critical, career-ready skills needed to be impactful entrepreneurs.



Judy Goldstein, Senior Vice President Of Pr, Communications & Planning, American Student Assistance (ASA)

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  • Tags: entrepreneurship, student voice
  • Event: EDU
  • Format: Panel
  • Track: Teaching & Learning
  • Session Focus Area K-12 Education
  • Level: Basic Understanding

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