By Chicago Booth January 5, 2017 Leave a Comment
As a consultant with aspirations in impact investing, Brittany Henry wanted to find an MBA program with strong social impact opportunities. At Booth she found the Social Enterprise Initiative (SEI), an on-campus research center that offers students different avenues for getting involved with the social sector.

In her Social Enterprise Lab class, Brittany was able to help a nonprofit create a revenue generating business. She also participated in competitions and programming where she sat in the seat of an impact investor and made recommendations to actual social organizations. The hands-on experience has allowed Brittany to explore social impact sectors while building essential skillsets for her future career goals.

 
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Regards,
Kate

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