Social Changemaker Space

The Social Changemaker Space is designed to be a hub of innovation and collaboration for students, faculty and staff of Memorial University as well as community partners.

Officially launched in September 2024, the Social Changemaker Space is located in the Faculty of Business Administration, BN-4015. It’s home to the staff of the Centre for Social Enterprise (CSE), and the Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Social Enterprise, Dr. John Schouten.

This space is primarily for:

  • Students doing coursework on social enterprise, social innovation and social entrepreneurship;
  • Student-social entrepreneurs participating in the Social Ventures Incubator;
  • Faculty or community partners who work with the Centre for Social Enterprise (CSE).

These activities take priority for booking the space.

However, we welcome all students from Memorial, and community partners of the CSE, to use the space according to the General Guidelines for Use

The Social Changemaker Space is open weekdays from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (excluding Memorial staff holidays). Come by to avail of our facilities or talk to our team members and explore opportunities within social innovation.

Click here for the a walkthrough of our space!


The Social Changemaker Space features:

  • Two boardrooms with video conferencing technology and seating for up to eight individuals;
  • Open boardroom space with presentation screen;
  • Two privacy pods (seats one person per pod);
  • A variety of open seating options and working spaces; and
  • Offices occupied by CSE team members and Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Social Enterprise, Dr. John Schouten.

See our General Use Guidelines to book the boardrooms.

Invitation for community partners

CSE’s community partners* are welcome in the Social Changemaker Space!

We’re pleased to offer our community partners the opportunity to:

  1. Book our boardrooms for organizational meetings; or
  2. Avail of our open space for co-working.

If you/your organization are an active community partner of the CSE, you may book a boardroom or make arrangements for co-working by emailing

*A community partner of the CSE is any social enterprise or social purpose organization that engages with the CSE and/or Faculty of Business Administration or Memorial University through CSE programs and activities.