Introduction to Entrepreneurial Networks in the City
Networks and partnerships are essential to Extension in communities throughout the country. In larger cities, the netwoks are more vast, with thousands of potential large and small public and private collaborators. Even within one organization, there may be multiple points of contact. In working with diverse collaborators on community prioirites, Extension addresses multiple stakeholder agendas.
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Option 1. The Entrepreneurial Networks Introductory Guide addresses the importance of networks and partnerships to Extension in communities throughout the country.
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Option 2. An Entrepreneurial Networks independent learning module guides participants through five interactive activities to improve:
- Awareness of people and organization with influence in your city.
- Knowledge of social competencies and social capital.
- Ability to navigate internal university and external multilevel urban partner relationships.
Participants can earn a digital badge to demonstrate their knowledge and expertise.
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