Archive for December 2nd, 2011
The “goals” question remains a centerpiece of just about every single MBA application. What do you want to do when you graduate? What is your career vision? How do you want to change the world? In business school, a lot of people go into traditional careers right after school. But today a greater number of people have broader career interests than ever before. Like coming up with a great startup. Joining a groundbreaking non-profit. And working with an innovative technology company. And so that leads me to the one question, a lot of people are thinking about right now. What can I do with my MBA?
Hey Everyone, hope all of you are doing well. As you know, I often like to spread the word, not only about things happening in business school but also about social enterprises, or entreprenerus, that are changing the world. Sometimes world reknowned organizations that you’ve all heard about but other times about up and coming organizations that are having a big impact on their local community. Well, earlier this week Forbes announced 30 entrepreneurs and organizations that are actually changing the world.
For the first time in Forbes history, they’ve decided to assembled an all-start group. A group that’s not only doing well in business but also having an impact on the world. In short social entrepreneurs. Forbes calls them the Impact 30, and they note that they defined a “social entrepreneur” as a person who uses business to solve social issues.
What’s interesting is that many of them are MBAs and many from the top programs you are all considering today. The two that stand out most for me today, are Andrew Youn from Kellogg and John Rice from MLT.
So without further ado:
CLICK HERE for the article.
CLICK HERE for a view of all the winners
CLICK HERE for a view of MLT’s John Rice (education)
CLICK HERE to see what Andrew Youn (Kellogg) is up to (Sustainability)
CLICK HERE for a view of Wendy Matter (education)