The Kellogg Net Impact Community is a partnership of Kellogg organizations who share a collective vision of achieving social impact. The Net Impact Club serves as a facilitator to coordinate activities and interaction between the partner organizations.
HUB: HUB is a weekly two-hour session for Kellogg students interested in launching social ventures during or after school. Sessions include informal opportunities for students to receive feedback on their venture, concrete skill building workshops, and Q&As with Chicago-based social entrepreneurs.
Neighborhood Business Initiative (NBI): Matches teams of Kellogg students with Chicago non-profits and socially-minded entrepreneurs who are looking for assistance in dealing with a specific business problem.
Sustainable Business Club: Supports students interested in pursuing sustainability-related careers by providing workshops, networking opportunities, company connections and ongoing support.
Kellogg Board Fellows: provides students the opportunity to join a local non-profit as a board member for 15 months. Board membership is complemented by board governance academic courses and social opportunities.
Education Industry Club: Seeks to raise awareness of education reform and showcase career opportunities for Kellogg MBAs within the education industry, and provides opportunities for students to get hands-on education experience.
Public Policy Club: Works to build awareness into the intersections of business and policy, to support students interested in careers in the public sector, and to create a strong network policy leaders among Kellogg alumni.
Emerging Markets Club: Partners with Kellogg’s regional clubs, KSA Global, and the International Business and Markets Program to increase awareness of global issues in business management and opportunities for Kellogg students.
Inner City Mentoring: Over 50 student volunteers from Kellogg and the Northwestern School of Law visit classes at the Holy Angels School on Chicago’s south side on a monthly basis.
Innovating Social Change Conference (ISC): Kellogg’s annual student-run conference features visionaries who are reshaping the way the world views and values social impact, innovators who are leveraging the potential of business to bring about wide scale social change, and leaders who are inspiring the development of new models and new talent to fuel the movement.
Kellogg Corps: Places small teams of MBA students on two- to six-week long consulting projects with non-profit organizations in developing countries worldwide.
Kellogg Volunteers: Serves as an umbrella organization for Kellogg’s various service programs. Promotes volunteerism and community involvement at Kellogg.