Author(s): Rafeah Mat Saat,Ku Maisurah Ku Bahador,Fariza Hanim Rusly
Social entrepreneurship has become a new job creation opportunity that creates social value for the community. This paper aims to propose a framework of the relationships between social entrepreneurial traits and start up intention among student leaders. Student leaders are selected because of their roles in leading others to attain objectives in social activities that involve the community. This framework could be useful to develop a planning on how to encourage students to embark into social entrepreneurship.