Andrew Bean, Allison Zimmerman and Harry Wolberg interned in Detroit in 2016
We're announcing a new set of 10 preferred organizations where students can intern with competitive support from the Center for Social Impact.
On Mar. 15, the Center for Social Impact and UM-Flint Outreach announced that Innovation to Impact was the winner of the 2017 Social Impact Challenge!
Nonprofit Partnerships are rewarding
Get details from the Impact Track finals here, including placement and award amounts for all of the finalists in the competition!
  • Andrew Bean, Allison Zimmerman and Harry Wolberg interned in Detroit in 2016
  • Nonprofit Partnerships are rewarding

Important Dates

  1. Mar 28

    Preferred Internship Coffee Chat

    Winter Garden, Ross School of Business
    12:00 pm — 2:00 pm
  2. Mar 31

    Preferred Internship Applications

    Apply Online
    8:00 am — 5:00 pm
  3. Apr 14

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  • Karen Yocky, MPP/MBA ’18

  • Dual degree student Karen Yocky shares her thoughts on key experiences with social impact while here at the University of Michigan and offers insights for the future.

  • Every year, we award one student with the Skip and Carrie Gordon Scholarship.  This recognizes the current student who demonstrates an outstanding commitment to solving complex social challenges by leveraging their learning.  This year's recipient is Karen Yocky (MPP/MBA '18). …
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What is Social Impact?

We view social impact as a significant positive change that addresses a pressing social challenge.  To implement transformational social change, leaders must engage the public, private, and nonprofit sectors as well as diverse disciplines.

What Do We Do?

The Center for Social Impact provides leaders with practical skills and insight to tackle complex social challenges and catalyze a career in social impact. Action-based programs and events offer students multidisciplinary and cross-sector collaboration to deliver social impact.