What is Net Impact?
Net Impact is a network of more than 11,000 new-generation leaders committed to using the power of business to improve the world. Net Impact is a network of more than 11,000 new-generation leaders committed to using the power of business to improve the world. It is also one of the most innovative and influential networks of MBAs, graduate students and young professionals in existence today. Our members believe that business can both earn a profit and create positive social change. Through a central office in San Francisco and more than 100 chapters in cities and graduate schools around the globe, Net Impact offers a portfolio of programs that enable members to transform this ideal into measurable results.
Click here to register as a student member of the Saint Joseph's University Net Impact Chapter. By joining Net Impact as a student member, you receive a comprehensive portfolio of programs and benefits to increase your capacity to address social and environmental issues through business. Other benefits include access to a network of nearly 10,000 individuals and professional development.
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Steve Alvater (MBA '09): Graduate Student Fights Terrorism With Business
Bledar Qato (MBA '09): Winning Paper Examines Honda's Troubled Ethics
Kay Yoon (MBA '09): Student Team Wins Business Ethics Competition at Loyola Marymount University
Not a member? Extra time before your evening class?
Come to a Net Impact meeting! All SJU graduate business students are welcome. The timing is great--meetings are held right before class (5:30-6:10pm)! Look for e-mail announcements from Graduate Chapter President Greta Kropp Gilbode or Vice President Tomiko Wolf throughout the academic year.