Entrepreneur College for Social Enterprise Innopreneur

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Somporn Pandam


     This  article  aims  to  present  the  idea  of  ​​the College of Entrepreneurs for Social Innovation Entrepreneurship. which   is  the  conceptual  model  of organizing  education  to  create  Innopreneur  for Social  Enterprise, which  is  a  combination  of  two words  and  meanings.  and  the  overall  meaning  of “Innovative  Entrepreneurs  in  the  field  related  to industry  or  engineering  that  develop  or  create  new innovations  to  drive  business  Entrepreneurs  will  carry  out  activities  together  with  social  care. ”  For  the  development  model  from  “vocational  learners to  social  innovation  entrepreneurs”  is  the mechanism for creating an ecosystem of entrepreneurship. By defining the guidelines of educational  institutions  from  policy  down  to  practice  to  support  entrepreneurship  creation Through  the  development  of  teachers  and  students,  students  are:  1.)  Personnel  development by  encouraging  creativity  Support  the  application  of the  principles  of  Maker  Space  2.)  Stimulate  the creation  of  research  results  that  are  technological and innovative  3.)  Business  development  through knowledge and skills development leading to innovation  4. )  technology  transfer  that  takes  place down to the private sector and society to take advantage  of  the  technology  that   arises.


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Pandam ส. (2021). Entrepreneur College for Social Enterprise Innopreneur. Vocational Education Central Region Journal, 5(2), 1–8. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/IVECJournal/article/view/253270
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