Net Impact Service Corps Opportunity

By Stacey Goodman

Apply to the Net Impact Service Corps Projects! The project types include Marketing, Business Development, and Strategy.

Anyone can apply.
Applications are due by 11:59PM on September 28th.
Please email me at stacey.goodman@global.t-bird.edu if you have any questions.

How to Apply:
Go to MTB
Search Clubs under the Site Map
Choose Net Impact Club
Click on the Service Corps Tab
The application and project details are all listed on the page along with instructions

Projects:
-Business Strategy & Marketing: Developing the Vogel Alcove Young Professional Program
-Developing/Designing the 2013 World Wish Day Marketing Campaign for Make-A-Wish International
-Business Development to Update adsila’s Training Program for Early-Stage Social Entrepreneurs

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