At Kellogg, we believe that business can and should be used to improve the world. Moreover, the most compelling frontier in any discipline, industry, or sector—be it finance or marketing; consumer goods or consulting; social enterprise, nonprofit, business, or government—is where innovators are using the business toolkit to drive social progress. To that end, the Kellogg Net Impact Club aims to connect, educate, inspire, and equip brave leaders who are ready and willing to advance these frontiers and transform the world.

"We need leaders who fully grasp that markets, while highly efficient, are not fair, kind, or wise." -Former Dean Sally Blount

This website is published by the Kellogg Net Impact Club, the school’s leading student organization for social impact, to help you learn about the resources and opportunities available to students interested in the intersection between business and social impact.

Quick Facts

Kellogg offers 40 courses that address a wide range of social impact interests

75% of students join at least one of 12 social impact clubs at Kellogg

Each year, 100+ first-year students conduct 10-week consulting projects for local nonprofits

Each year, 50 students serve on a nonprofit board through the Kellogg Board Fellows program