The Contribution of the Entrepreneurship Learning to Pastoral Counselling Students’ Motivation to Become Entrepreneurial Counselors

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Andar Gunawan Pasaribu, Rusmauli Simbolonb, Rafita Sianipar


The Learning of Pastoral Counselling Entrepreneurship is the process of counselling learning which aims to make changes and create new things. It is also designed to bring welfare to individuals and add values to society. Entrepreneurship courses is a mandatory subject which can stimulate Pastoral Counselling students’ learning motivation to be actively involved in entrepreneurship while they are still studying in university. The topic of entrepreneurial motivation is hardly studied. Therefore, in this study, the contribution of learning to the passions affecting entrepreneural actions is conceptually examined. This study is based on the literature review which is intended to reveal how entrepreneurial learning is related to entrepreneurial motivation and entrepreneurial actions. The first part of this research is an introductory section of entrepreneurship learning theoretically. The next section talks about the relationship among motivation, entrepreneurship actions, and entrepreneurship learning. Finally, handcraft is proposed based on the study of the theory built, and the research results and implications are summarized in the conclusion section as a basis for further research. It is found that through learning entrepreneurship, students will have the competences of Pastoral Counselling Entrepreneurship to become entrepreneurs.

From the total sample, 92% highly agree and 8% agree that the learning materials of Pastoral Counseling entrepreneurship contribute to students’ entrepreneurial motivation. Besides, 89% of them highly agree and agree that the learning methods of Pastoral Counselling entrepreneurship contribute to students’ entrepreneurial motivation. In line with that, 100% of the total sample agree that students’ entrepreneurial motivation increase after learning the entrepreneurship courses. Furthermore, 45% of the total sample say that the entrepreneurship courses highly contribute to the students’ entrepreneurial motivation, while the 55% say that it contribute to the students’ entrepreneurial motivation.

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