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    Matt Malpass
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    What institutional structures or mechanisms (internship schemes, hubs, mentors, networks) are effective in creating employment opportunities for emerging graduates in DESIS. In what ways is design HE currently working with social enterprises and local government to develop appropriate curriculum in this area? What strategies is design HE using to prepare students for employment in social enterprise, public service innovation and corporate social innovation? Considering activity and funding opportunities relating to the development of social enterprise, how can designers be more actively engaged/ introduced to projects that in the first instance might not be considered in design terms or as relevant to design. Where do we look? What partnerships need to be established? In what ways are design HE involved in creating pathways to employment for students wishing to work in Social Enterprise or public service innovation?

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