I am very excited about the upcoming #MillennialChat next Tuesday. It is on the same day but a DIFFERENT TIME!
TUESDAY, 6/18: 3PM EST
Mark your calendars. Those west coasters always put us on a different schedule! But we love them none the less.
Scott Stein joins Mobilize.org as their new Executive Director! He is a great Millennial thought leader and has more than a decade of experience in the political and non-profit sectors holding senior positions on gubernatorial and US Senate campaigns, as well as top fundraising positions for a variety of political and civic engagement non-profits.
We are very glad to have the honor of interviewing him about Civic Engagement and Social Entrepreneurship. To learn more about Scott and his new role at Mobilize.org, check out the press release here. Make sure to tell everyone to be ready for #millennialchat NEXT TUESDAY at 3pm EST.
Do you have questions you’d like to pose to Scott? Leave them in the comments section below. We’ll be sure to relay those to him.
UPDATE (6/18 – 8:45 EST): Questions
Check out the list of questions to be asked of Scott during today’s chat. We will try to touch on them all, but feel free to build your own questions off of these!
Q1: How and why did you become involved in Civic Engagement?
Q2: Why do you think that it is important that Millennials be involved in civic engagement?
Q3: How do you see Millennial involvement in civic engagement and social entrepreneurship as differing from that of other generations?
Q4: Can you explain the overlap between civic engagement and social entrepreneurship?
Q5: Do you think Millennials approach the idea of entrepreneurship differently than other generations?
Q6: How do you explain the rise of social entrepreneurship over the past few years?
Q7: How can students interested in civic engagement and social entrepreneurship become active in these areas?
Q8: What do you see as the most pressing issues regarding civic engagement and social entrepreneurship?
Q9: Where can Mobilize.org grow in civic engagement and social entrepreneurship?
Q10: How can Millennials unite with older generations to make the most effective change?
Q11: Do you see Millennial stereotypes and negatively affecting engagement and entrepreneurship?
Q12: Do you see their involvement in civic engagement and social entrepreneurship as a way to change the self-absorbed Millennial sterotype?
Q13: What are the best ways to get started as a civic engager/social entrepreneur?
Q14: What strategies have you found to be most effective in engagement and entrepreneurship?
Q15: Where do you see civic engagement and social entrepreneurship going in the future?