Are you earning your MBA to be in the business of social change? Come to the info session on Tuesday, Aug. 28, to learn more about the MBA Fellows Program!
The MBA Society and Business Fellowship is a highly selective, year-long opportunity for a small group of MBA and MBA.PM students* earning their degrees to pursue careers in poverty alleviation, homelessness, education, global health and more.
MBA Fellows receive:
- Membership in a cohort of like-minded students and professional networking relationships with colleagues who share values.
- Personal mentoring from the Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab (BSEL) staff.
- Targeted guidance and counseling for summer internships and full-time employment.
- Professional development tailored to non-traditional business careers.
- Priority registration for BAEP 591: Social Entrepreneurship.
- Frequent, exclusive opportunities to meet with industry leaders and exposure to best practices in social entrepreneurship.
- Funding toward professional development.
- The opportunity to receive up to $2,500 to complete a summer internship at an eligible nonprofit organization.
The USC Marshall Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab equips individuals with the business skills and resources to develop market-based solutions to the wicked problems of the 21st century. Through education, community building, research and professional development, the Lab serves as the hub for social entrepreneurial efforts at the university.
*First- and second-year full-time MBAs and second- and third-year MBA.PMs are eligible for this program.