June 4 – August 20
Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Sponsored by Eastfield College of The Dallas County Community College District Co-sponsored by the Dallas Museum of Biblical Art. Organized and taught by Bob Hopkins, educator and philanthropist Professor at Eastfield College and Scott Murray, television personality, author and philanthropist.
To be held at the Dallas Museum of Biblical Art 7500 Park Lane, Dallas, behind NorthPark Mall Saturday mornings from 9:30a.m. to 1:00p.m.
$595 Includes all materials including the book GIVE TO LIVE by Douglas Lawson, plus refreshments.
We will NOT meet weekends of Memorial Day, May 28th and July 2, Independence Day weekend. An outside assignment will be given.
June 13 Special Guest: Dr. Jean Conway,
President of Eastfield College
Featuring Dr. Douglas Lawson, Scott Murray
Dr. Elise Cortes, Educator, Change-Maker, journalist
Suzanne Smith, Educator, Community Servant
Maggie McCarthy, educator, fund raising management, Waco
Betty Starnes, educator, Foundor and director of Hillcrest, School, Midland
Jim Keyes, Chairman Wild Oats
Amit Banergee PhilanthropyKIDS President of PAVE
Jackson Price PhilanthropyKIDS
Dr Gary Lacefield educator, mediator, author, media mogul
Jim Young, Businessman, Founder of TEDX Kids
Carole Young community activist, Founder of TEDX Kids
Mark Hagan, UBS Founder Emily's Place
Sara Martineau community activist UTDallas
David Martineau, First parent of the Shelton School. Board of Directors
Dr. Jeff McGee, Professor of Entrepreneurship UTA
Steve Straus Spiritual Entrepreneruship
Dr. Carolyn Farb, First Lady of Philanthropy
Andy Smith, ED of the TI Foundation
Bob Weiss, retired, the Meadows Foundation
Niki McQuistian, Co Founder of Responsible Television author and speaker
Dr. Bobby Lyle, founder of LYCo Energy, Philanthropist
Dr. Michael Sorrell, President of Paul Quinn College, Dallas
Social entrepreneurship can be directed toward social problems such as alleviating poverty, building self-sufficient energy sources, providing basic health care and promoting common good.
Courses highlighted include:
• Function of Corporations
• Business Ethics, Leadership and Character
• Social Entrepreneurship and Social Responsibility
• Philanthropy and Development of Non-Profit Organizations
• Foundations and individuals in an uncompromising world
$595 for all courses and materials
Contact Janet Foreman at JanetForeman@dcccd.edu or call 972-860-7175 for more information.
Organized by educator and philanthropist Bob Hopkins of Eastfield College