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Title: Social Impact Club KickOff October 2007


1
Social Impact Club Kick-Off October 2007
2
Welcome! Social Impact Club Kick-Off
  • SI Club Mission To support and inspire Kellogg
    student interest in applying business skills
    toward positive social impact through
    organizations in the non-profit, public and
    private sectors
  • 2007 Social Impact Club Guiding Principles
  • Serve as a bridge for students interested in
    socially responsible career and learning
    opportunities
  • Sustain the engagement of Social Impact Club
    members throughout the year
  • Strengthen Kellogg by working with the
    administration to provide an increased emphasis
    on socially responsible business and its relevant
    competitive advantage throughout the Kellogg
    experience

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Social Impact Club Activities
Social Impact Club Structure
  • Academics
  • SEEK Advisory Board
  • SEEK Review
  • Faculty Case Debate
  • Awareness
  • Fall Speaker Series
  • External Speakers / Events
  • International Development / CSR
  • Social
  • TG!
  • Dinners / Happy Hours
  • Careers / Resources
  • Weekly newsletters
  • Career Trek
  • Beacon Capital Fellows
  • Career Fair / Resumania
  • GAP Scholars Program
  • Loan Assistance / Internship Stipend

Social Impact Club
  • Build Relationships
  • SEEK Leadership Council
  • Net Impact
  • Alumni Relations
  • Research Centers
  • Innovating Social Change Conference
  • Annual conference planned by Social Impact Club
    members

Kellogg Board Fellows Autonomous club within
Social Impact Club Board
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Social Impact Club Activities
Social Impact Club Board
Social Impact Club
SEEK Advisory Board
SEEK Leadership Council
  • 4 SEEK Faculty, 4 SI Club Chairs
  • Meets quarterly
  • Oversees the development of and improvements to
    the SEEK program
  • One of only clubs at Kellogg to have formal
    student-faculty relationship with academic
    department
  • Leaders of all social-impact minded Kellogg
    clubs (BWAH, NBI, KBF, EdInC, GHI, KGI, HBC,
    etc.)
  • Meets quarterly
  • Coordinate activities and improve cross-club
    communication
  • External marketing of Kellogg

5
Kellogg Chapter of Net Impact
  • The Social Impact Club
  • is the Net Impact chapter at
  • Kellogg
  • Net Impact Global network of MBAs and
    Professionals with 125 chapters in 75 cities
  • Initiatives Curriculum Change, Campus Greening,
    Nonprofit Capacity Building (Board Fellows),
    Impact at Work
  • Issues-in-Depth Calls
  • Career Center
  • Learning Center and Resources
  • Kellogg Chapter of the Year 2003, 2nd place
    2004, hosted annual conference 2006

6
2007 Net Impact Conference Update
  • November 1-3rd at Vanderbilt University,
    Nashville Tennessee
  • Its not too late to register! Registration fee
    300 for members
  • Transportation You are responsible for your own
    transportation we will help coordinate rides to
    the airport and share info. on who is driving
    down to Nashville. Cheap flights are still
    available! Check out Southwest and Kayak
  • Hotels Social Impact Club has 10 rooms at the
    Holiday Inn ? will split up on a first-come,
    first-serve basis. Note you may be sharing a
    room with 3 other people
  • Mailing list Email Jennifer Lin if you did not
    fill out the conference survey to get on the
    mailing list no more emails about the conference
    are going to the general club listserv!
  • Come to Net Impact Orientation / Conference Info
    Session Tuesday, October 9th, 1215pm, Room 160

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Social Impact Club Board
  • Functional Positions
  • Academics
  • Alumni Relations
  • Beacon Capital Fellowship / Civic Leadership
  • Board Fellows
  • Careers
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • External Speakers / Fall Speaker Series
  • Innovating Social Change Conference Chair(s)
  • International Development
  • Social / Prospective Students
  • Supporting Positions
  • Finance
  • Marketing / Communications
  • Technology
  • President

Social Impact Club Board Transition End of
Winter Quarter
8
Committee Leader Application Process
  • Apply to be a Committee Leader for the committee
    youre most interested in
  • Some Committees will have specific roles you can
    apply for
  • If there is no specific role to apply for, then
    apply as a general Committee Leader
  • 3-question application
  • Rank top 5 committee preferences
  • All efforts will be made to give you your top 1st
    or 2nd choice
  • Only apply to one committee
  • Email application to Nicole by Monday, October
    8th, 5pm

9
Ways to get involved International Development
  • What We Do
  • Support students interested in government, NGO,
    or corporate roles addressing global inequality
    through club events, career guidance, and
    curriculum improvement
  • Work with SI board, KSA, and other clubs to
    further integration of development issues into
    Kellogg experience
  • Bring speakers to discuss these issues with
    Kellogg community
  • Offer a resource for job search, class projects
    or independent work
  • Assist with Microfinance and ISC Conferences
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • Serve as International Development Director (1
    person)
  • Help coordinate winter and spring speakers
  • Act as lead during winter quarter
  • Research capabilities of top schools
  • Share your ideas
  • Speaker suggestions
  • Company contacts for the CMC
  • Any other ideas to increase the presence of
    development issues at Kellogg

Lead Contact Jake Brauner, jbrauner2008_at_kellogg.n
orthwestern.edu
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Ways to get involved Academics
  • What We Do
  • Advocate for the SEEK curriculum
  • Promote SEEK to the student body
  • Support SEEK curriculum/class development
  • Increase integration of SEEK themes into non-SEEK
    courses
  • Facilitate learning opportunities outside of the
    classroom
  • Faculty Case Debate
  • Student-faculty lunches
  • Lunch-time seminars
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • SEEK Curriculum (2 people)
  • Assist with audit of current SEEK program
  • Finish analysis and disseminate results
    internally and externally
  • Conduct annual SEEK classes review
  • Student Learning (2 people)
  • Design and coordinate Faculty Case Debate
  • Coordinate seminars
  • Coordinate student-faculty lunches

Lead Contact Elizabeth Sharp, esharp2008_at_kellogg.
northwestern.edu
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Ways to get involved Alumni Relations
  • What We Do
  • Serve as a connection point between current
    Kellogg SI members and SI alumni
  • Create quarterly newsletter about alumni/student
    involvement in SI, announcements about upcoming
    events
  • Plan alumni/student mixers
  • Partner with KSA-Alumni Committee to improve
    relations with Alumni Relations office and better
    meet our future needs as alumni
  • Liaison between SI Club and Chicago Professional
    Net Impact Chapter
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • Join the alumni committee (meetings 2x a month)
  • Create the alumni newsletter
  • Plan alumni/student social events
  • Coordinate between alumni relations and KSA
  • Plan SI/Net Impact Professional Chapter joint
    events
  • Manage Net Impact Conference finances
  • Anything else you would like to do to improve
    alumni / student / administration / professional
    relations!

Lead Contact Jennifer Lin, jlin2008_at_kellogg.north
western.edu
12
Ways to get involved Beacon Capital Fellowship
  • What We Do
  • Beacon Capital Partners Executive in Residence
  • 2 SI-oriented non-traditional business leaders on
    campus for 2 days in Fall/Spring, including
    speeches and meeting with students
  • (i.e., Cassandra Pulley from Sara Lee last fall,
    Jim Scherr from USOC next week)
  • Beacon Capital Fellowship (in collaboration w/
    SEEK faculty)
  • 1-2 Kellogg graduates who work closely with
    senior management in a non-profit or NGO
    situation for 1 year after Kellogg
  • Salary is subsidized by the fellowship to be
    competitive with other post-MBA options
  • Matching process occurs during full-time
    recruiting
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • Logistics and marketing support for
    Executive-in-Residence
  • Updating the BCF website
  • Logistics support for BCF application and
    matching process

Lead Contact Chris Ashley, cashley2008_at_kellogg.no
rthwestern.edu
13
Ways to get involved Careers
  • What We Do
  • Support the career development of students
    seeking to apply business skills toward positive
    social impact by
  • Facilitating the connection between relevant
    organizations and students
  • Providing resources to students to assist in
    their job search and decision process
  • Initiating conversations about the array of
    opportunities and associated tradeoffs
  • Understanding student career priorities to tailor
    Social Impact and SEEK Program offerings
  • Events Opportunities for Involvement
  • Resumania
  • Social Impact Career Trek
  • Monthly Synergy Gatherings
  • Benchmarking Loan Forgiveness Summer Stipend
    Programs
  • Club Mentorship Program
  • Co-host socially-minded speaker with CMC
  • Work with CSR Chair and CMC to increase CSR and
    socially-minded on-campus recruiting
  • Career Board Development Fair (TBD)
  • Share important job opportunities with students
  • Open to other ideas!

Lead Contact Jen Field, jfield2008_at_kellogg.northw
estern.edu
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Ways to get involved Corporate Social
Responsibility
  • What We Do
  • New Position in 2007
  • Coordinate Gap Scholars Application process with
    Kellogg Administration
  • Serve as CSR voice of Social Impact Club
  • Actively work to keep SI leadership engaged with
    CSR strategy to ensure that it is integrated with
    the day-to-day operations of the club
  • Work with CMC to deepen breadth of CSR-focused
    companies that recruit at Kellogg
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • Opportunity to work with many other SI Chairs and
    clubs, as well as with faculty and administration
  • Help coordinate Gap Scholars Application process
  • Work with CMC to develop contacts with and
    increase recruiting by CSR-focused companies at
    Kellogg
  • Work with other SI Chairs to increase the number
    of CSR speakers at Kellogg (spring quarter, next
    years SI Conference, Fall Speaker Series, etc.)
  • Integrate CSR into school-wide initiatives

Lead Contact Laura Kreitler, lkreitler2008_at_kellog
g.northwestern.edu
15
Ways to get involved External Speakers / Fall
Speaker Series
  • What We Do
  • Fall Speaker Series
  • Develop a series of dynamic, inspirational
    speakers, who are using business skills to create
    positive social change
  • Provide a forum for first-year students to
    network with like-minded classmates
  • Enable the entire student body (second-years,
    TMPs, etc.) to get exposure to top speakers
  • External Speakers
  • Bring great speakers to Kellogg from a wide range
    of backgroundsbig corporations, small start-ups,
    non-profitswho want to speak on a broad range of
    issuesCSR, social entrepreneurship,
    sustainability, venture philanthropy.
  • Work in conjunction with other clubs and
    organizations
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • External Speakers
  • Give input on who we should bring to the school
  • Take full responsibility for organizing and
    managing an event
  • Fall Speaker Series
  • Assist in developing and executing feedback
    surveys after each session
  • Brainstorm icebreaker/get to know you activities
  • Help to organize the wine and cheese receptions

Lead Contact Melissa Hogg, mhogg2008_at_kellogg.nort
hwestern.edu
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Ways to get involved Finance
  • What We Do
  • Obtain funding from KSA and Center for Nonprofit
    Management for club activities and events on
    campus
  • Maintain relationship with SOFO
  • Serve as club liaison for KSA
  • Prepare and submit annual club budget
  • Administer reimbursements and payments
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • Identify and secure new sources of external
    funding
  • Diversify resources from potential sponsors and
    donors

Lead Contact Cari Carpenter, ccarpenter2008_at_kello
gg.northwestern.edu
17
Ways to get involved Marketing / Communications
  • What We Do
  • Collaborate with co-chairs to assist in the
    promotion of all club events initiatives.
  • Manage the creation distribution of the Weekly
    Impression, the SI clubs weekly newsletter to
    its members.
  • Lead the logistics of Kellogg Club fairs and
    other events
  • Manage relationships with other organizations in
    the Kellogg, greater Northwestern, Net Impact,
    and Chicago communities
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • Two Marketing Committee Leader positions
    available
  • Responsibilities could include
  • Assist in marketing of Fall Speaker Series
  • Create marketing plans for upcoming events
  • Develop Weekly Impression newsletter
  • Create marketing templates other co-chairs can
    use to market events
  • Update SI Club Logo

Lead Contact Meg Sutula, msutula2008_at_kellogg.nort
hwestern.edu
18
Ways to get involved Social / Prospective
Students
  • What We Do
  • Social
  • Organize Social Impact Club social events
  • Promote social interactions among Kellogg
    students, alumni, and/or other community members
  • Prospective Students
  • Communicate with prospective students
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • Be the first-year contact point for prospective
    students
  • Plan quarterly socials/dinners, TG!, and
    co-sponsor social events with other clubs
  • Lead admitted student call-a-thon

Lead Contact Mike Rosskamm, mrosskamm2008_at_kellogg
.northwestern.edu
19
Ways to get involved Technology
  • What We Do
  • Primarily a support role for the SI Board / Club
  • Maintain the Social Impact Club website
  • Regular updates, such as Weekly Impression
    newsletter and Career listings
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • If you have any web skills, lets talk
  • Help out with other projects
  • I was involved with the ISC Conference
  • Tech Chair is a part of the Social Impact Club
    Board
  • So if you want to be involved, and nothing else
    seems to fit, this is a great way to be involved

Lead Contact Jeremy Hunnewell,
jhunnewell2008_at_kellogg.northwestern.edu
20
Ways to get involved Board Fellows
  • What We Do
  • Kellogg Board Fellows is a unique opportunity
    because it combines classroom time and
    experiential learning
  • Academic component
  • Board Governance class (0.5 credit) during winter
    term of first year
  • Advanced Board Governance seminar (1.0 credit,
    meets 1-2 times per month) during second year
  • ABG includes both large group and small group
    sessions
  • Board Service component
  • Placed on board of Chicago-area non-profit for
    second year
  • Completes project for non-profit around board
    governance and/or structure
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • Kick-off informational meeting for First Years
  • Thursday Oct. 18th in 1246 at 1215
  • Thursday Oct. 18th in G40 at 515pm
  • Coffee Chats with current Fellows (watch for
    email)
  • Application released Thurs, Oct 18th
  • Application due Monday,
  • Oct 29th
  • Notification by Friday, Nov 9th

Lead Contact Elizabeth Gipson,
egipson2008_at_kellogg.northwestern.edu
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Ways to get involved ISC Conference
The ISC Conference design team will be chosen in
2008 Applications will be distributed in January
  • Conference Description
  • First conference of year
  • Opportunity to interact with industry leaders in
    socially responsible fields
  • Significant spring and summer time commitment
  • Positions
  • Overall Chair
  • Curriculum
  • Sponsorships
  • Marketing
  • Logistics

Questions? Contact Lisa Tan
(ltan2008_at_kellogg.northwestern.edu) or Liz
Lippert (elippert2008_at_kellogg.northwestern.edu)
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Kellogg Greening Initiative
  • What We Do
  • Effort to make Kellogg a more environmentally
    sustainable and conscious community
  • Began last year with Social Impact and KSA
    support
  • Early success
  • Default double-sided printing
  • Better recycling bin placement
  • Carbon offsets for KWEST
  • Opportunities for
  • Involvement
  • A strong agenda for 2007-2008
  • Further improvement in operations (recycling,
    food service waste, printing)
  • Increasing offset availability and ease-of-use
  • Serving as a resource for clubs to reduce impact
    of their events
  • Helping people take steps toward sustainability
    at home
  • Linking students and administrators on the
    sustainability planning for the new building

For more information, or to get involved,
contact Uri Kogan ukogan2008_at_kellogg.northwester
n.edu
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Next Steps
  • Join the Social Impact Club listservs!
  • ksa-social-impact general club listserv
  • ksa-social-impact-jobs careers newsletter
  • Apply to be a Committee Leader!
  • Applications will be sent to the listserv tonight
  • Email your application to Nicole Barry
    (nbarry2008) by Monday, October 8th at 5pm
  • Committee Chairs will be contacting you
  • Board Transition End of winter quarter
  • Net Impact sign up to be a member of Net Impact
    and register for the Net Impact Conference
  • Net Impact Orientation / Conference Info Session
    Tuesday, October 9th, 1215pm, Rm. 160

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Thank you for your enthusiasm!
Social Impact Club Board, 2007-2008
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