Net Impact is an international nonprofit organization whose mission is to make a positive impact on society by growing and strengthening a community of leaders who use business to improve the world. They offer a portfolio of programs to educate, equip, and inspire more than 10,000 members to make a tangible difference in their universities, organizations, and communities.
The goal of Northeastern Undergraduate Chapter Net Impact Undergrad Chapter is to facilitate professional development, cross-industry knowledge-sharing, networking opportunities and educational opportunities among members from diverse academic and professional backgrounds in all topics related to business and positive social and environmental impact.
The mission of the Northeastern Undergraduate Chapter is to equip, educate, and inspire business students to use their business skills for lasting social and environmental good.
To fulfill this mission, Northeastern Undergraduate Chapter Net Impact Undergrad Chapter will remain committed to provide the members it serves with an array of opportunities that will 1) empower undergraduate students to use their skills to positively impact their surroundings, 2) help them put their beliefs into action through sustainability efforts, and 3) enlarge their network with other like-minded individuals who have demonstrated their commitment to social corporate responsibility.
For more information on NetImpact Boston, please check out http://netimpactboston.org/, for more information on NetImpact Central, please visit www.netimpact.org Students interested in joining NetImpact should contact Danielle Dobson (email@example.com) or Michael Cantalino (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"Coordinating NET Impact has allowed me to be a part of a unique, strong-willed student movement that was previously missing from our University. We are excited about the amount of opportunities we have in the future to use social enterprise to spread knowledge and make impact."
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