Impact investing is a growing trend in the world of social impact and entrepreneurship. Traditionally, social enterprises were formalized as nonprofit entities and competed for grant funding from government and philanthropic foundations.
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As we sat in the large auditorium for our first IMPACT class, Professor Lynne Segall told the Class of 2020, “the question we ask is the question we answer.”
Having spent most of my life outside of the United States, I came to business school unsure how to pursue the seemingly overwhelming task of picking a direction with my studies and career.
The MBA program goes beyond teaching students the academic content they need to navigate the business world; it also adequately simulates a manager’s day by stuffing too much to do in too little time.
Recently, dozens of Goizueta Business School students journeyed to Detroit, Michigan, to embark on the journey that is the National Black MBA Association’s Annual Conference & Exposition.
In this three-part series, Max Hemm 19MBA discusses what it’s like to intern at SAP this summer as part of the Full-Time MBA Program at Goizueta.
When I decided on a One-Year program for my MBA, I was a little disappointed that although I would cut the journey in half, I probably wouldn’t have the chance to travel as much as my Two-Year counterparts.
On Aug. 28, Emory MBAs reconvened from their summer internships to meet their One-Year colleagues and form teams to do good in the community. Over 200 MBAs were engaged in charitable community service with an enthusiasm that is nearly overwhelming. I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to lead a team that had a four-hour window to design a STEM education program for Atlanta’s Kroc Center. The center is dedicated to bringing performing arts and athletics to underserved communities, and we were extremely excited to help them expand their portfolio of programs into the sciences. Four hours does...