MBA Society & Business Fellowship
Sponsored by the USC Marshall Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab (BSEL), the MBA Society and Business Fellowship Program is a highly selective, year-long opportunity for the small cadre of MBA and MBA.PM students who are seeking a business degree in order to pursue careers in poverty alleviation, including homelessness, education, and global health.
As a Society and Business Fellow, students receive:
- 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, private opportunities to meet with industry leaders and exposure to best practices in social entrepreneurship;
- Funding towards professional development;
- A subsidy of up to $2,500 to complete a summer internship at an eligible nonprofit organization; and
- Membership in a cohort of like-minded students and professional networking relationships with colleagues who share values.