Would you like to explore course offerings around the University of Michigan? The Center for Social Impact maintains a list of courses offered at U-M that focus on social entrepreneurship and innovation, nonprofit and public management, and related topics.
The 2014 Social Innovation Summit will feature entrepreneur, thought leader, and social innovator Aaron Hurst. Hurst is the Founder of the Taproot Foundation, Founder & CEO of Imperative, and Author of The Purpose Economy. A proud Michigan alum, he is also the recipient of 2009 University of Michigan LS&A Humanitarian Award. More details coming!
After receiving her MBA, Lauren Foukes Shaughnessy became a mission-driven consultant with the Bridgespan Group, helping nonprofit and philanthropic organizations achieve breakthrough results in addressing social problems. But Lauren’s journey in tackling complex social challenges has roots in critical experiences she…
Prepare for mission-driven leadership and develop project management and executive skills as a board member of a nonprofit in Southeast Michigan such as United Way and Girls on the Run. Through this multidisciplinary program graduate students gain real-world insight into the workings of a nonprofit board, contribute to an organization’s success, and build the tools to deliver social impact. Learn more and be sure to submit your application by mid-September.
Be an Ambassador for Social Impact
Join the Student Advisory Board
Be an ambassador for social impact across multiple graduate schools as part of a multidisciplinary student leadership team that advises on priorities and programming. The Student Advisory Board provides students with an opportunity to accelerate social impact and innovation at U-M and represent the student voice in strategy and decision-making for the Center for Social Impact. Applications to serve on the board are due early September.