MBA Fellowship Program
Our flagship program is our 10-week Summer MBA Fellowship, now in its fifth year. IC fellows--hailing from the world’s top graduate business programs--are paired with social ventures on consulting projects specifically designed to produce real, measurable impact and offer valuable insight on the organization’s’ ongoing work.
What you'll walk away with:
10 weeks of hands-on consulting experience at a leading social impact organization
Portfolio of client deliverables
100+ hours of structured learning, including guest speakers, weekly personal development and sector skill workshops
Network development through events, connections, and increased sector knowledge
Direct management experience through working with undergraduate interns
Like-minded, impact-orientated friends for life!
Where are the Fellowships located?
New York City, NY & Raleigh-Durham, NC
When are the applications due?
The application for our Summer 2018 Fellowship Program is now live! Applications are due on December 11, 2017 at 11:59 PM.
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Register for our upcoming webinar or watch our pre-recorded webinar to learn more about application details, our selection process, and fellows' past work and impact.
Formerly a logistics officer in the US Marine Corps, Joe got his MBA at The Wharton School. During his IC Fellowship, Joe helped The Doe Fund develop a monthly financial dashboard to track the profitability of the nonprofits’ various social enterprises that employ their formerly homeless, incarcerated, and addicted participants. He’s now applying that experience in the Finance Leadership Program at Merck, where he’s focused on vaccines in the Global Human Health segment.
Formerly an internal consultant at JP Morgan Chase, Julia got her MBA at Columbia Business School. During her IC Fellowship, she helped Plum Alley develop an investor network and product to invest in women- and minority-led startups. She’s now applying all that background as the Manager of Operations and Strategy for NY Road Runners, a nonprofit that works to make running accessible to everyone.