The USC Price Center for Social Innovation has launched a new executive education program – the Southern California Symposium – that will challenge local leaders to think deeply and collaboratively about the region’s future to develop long-term solutions for complex social problems.
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Across Los Angeles County’s vast and sprawling 4,751 square miles, more than 4.5 million commuters walk, bike, drive, rideshare or take public transit to get to their jobs. Although it sounds like commuters can leverage a variety of options to get around, 73% of Angelenos drive alone to work and only 6.8% utilize public transit.
“Pay for success” has emerged in recent years as an innovative way for governments to fund social-service programs without having to provide up-front funding or compensation for services that don’t achieve the desired outcomes.
Price Social Innovation and Marshall Net Impact have teamed up for a collaborative consulting project with LURN
Leadership for Urban Renewal Network (LURN) is a Los Angeles based non-profit organization that works to provide low-income communities with entrepreneurial assistance, legal advocacy and access to nutritious food. Applications are due 11/18.