Friday, February 6, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PST)
Come take a break from exams and papers this Friday, December 12th at 5 pm.
Join the CSRB and Net impact teams at:
Location: Plank-98 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607 see more at plankoakland.com
We hope to see you there!
Congratulations to the Lorry I Lokey team who has been selected to join the Leeds Net Impact Case Competition finals. The final round will take place in Boulder Colorado in February. Good luck to Hernando Buitrago, Sepi Aghdaee, Ashley Rose Mockett, and Pratiksha Ahuja. Way to make our school proud!
Find more about the competition at http://www.colorado.edu/leedsmba/news-events/leeds-net-impact-case-competition-2015
It’s only 4 weeks until the end of the semester! Come hang out this Friday, Nov. 14th from 5-8 pm at the Trappist in Oakland, and share your holidays plans.
Event co-hosted by CSRB
If you need a break, join us this Wednesday, November 12th from 6-7 pm at the GSB Student Lounge. The Net Impact leadership team will provide some yummy food, but feel free to bring your favorite dish to share.
Do you hate the word Networking? So do we!
Many people think networking is about how many business cards they can collect. But it is not about quantity. It is about strategically building mutually beneficial relationships.
Come learn how to:
- turn acquaintances into advocates
- talk about yourself in a way that enables others to help you
- navigate an event with confidence (whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert!)
RSVP on CareerHub.
Want to expand your Net Impact network? Be inspired by like-minded students and professionals? Or just enjoy good beer and great company?
Please join the Mills College Net Impact Chapter for happy hour on Friday, October 10! We look forward to meeting Net Impact members from local chapters, interested students, and professionals from the bay area. All Net Impact students, alumni, professionals, and guests are welcome. (Membership not required to attend.)
Date: Friday, October 10 at 6:00 pm
Venue: Lost & Found
2040 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, 94612
Please RSVP at Eventbrite
The Lokey Net Impact Graduate Chapter will co-host the SBR Career Panel taking place Monday, September 29, 2014 from 4:00-6:00 pm at the Lorry I. Lokey Graduate Schools of Business . The panel will feature the following dynamic, compelling, and diverse array of leaders from the world of Socially Responsible Business:
- Alisa Cordesius, Cause Manager, Indiegogo
- Kim Kerry-Tyerman, Senior Program Manager for Employee Involvement in Corporate Responsibility, Adobe
- Tony Moraga, Community Relations Officer, BBVA Compass
- Michelle Peterson, Network Operations Manager, AT&T’s Leadership Development Program
- Nancy Reyes, Director of Advisor Relations, Parnassus Investments
- Lena Robinson, Regional Manager in Community Development, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Please, register through Eventbrite.
We are thrilled to have an amazingly talented class join us for the 2014-15 academic year. Your inspiration and hard work will open many doors for you and immensely enrich the Mills community. We hope you reach out to any of the leadership team members for more information about our chapter.
WHY JOIN NET IMPACT?
Being a chapter member is a great way to develop your social capital and identify organizations whose values are aligned with yours. You also get to build relationships with talented and motivated leaders who care about creating positive change and impact in their communities.
Become a chapter member by registering here and have access to the variety of professional development and networking events organized by the chapter and local professional chapters. Note: please be sure to notify Hazel Jay, VP of Memberships, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you register on the NetImpact.org website.
We will also have a small number of scholarships available for the national Net Impact Conference taking place in Minneapolis, MN Nov 6-8 2014. We will have information about scholarship applications available soon. In the meantime, go ahead and learn about the conference.
Hope to meet you all very soon!
The leadership team (Epic, Marcela, Alex, Lucinda, Emeline, Nicole, Hazel, Hernando)