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Social Impact programs at glance

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Social Impact Project

The Social Impact Project is a five-week project for both Master's and Full-time MBA students. It offers students the opportunity to serve as an economic or management consultant for an organization with specific social impact objectives, such as a non-profit organization, a CSR department, a social entrepreneurship venture, or a social impact project of a for-profit organization.

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RLF

Responsible Leaders Fellowship

Full-time MBA and Masters Graduates can delay their job search for up to six months in order to complete a social impact project in a developing country. Students provide pro-bono service to organizations or institutions that creates value and social change for the community. All airfare, living stipend, and other related costs are covered by generous contributions from ESMT's Circle of Friends.

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Interested in becoming an hosting organization?

ESMT Berlin welcomes partner organizations/companies in emerging areas of Africa, Asia, Latin America, or other emerging markets that are keen to employ ESMT students and graduates as volunteers and make use of their knowledge and capabilities.

The Fellows deliver a pro-bono service and assume responsibility in an institution at the forefront of social challenges in developing countries. They support the client organization, including roles of management assistance as a management professional, or for example, facilitating/ lecturing/ coaching in a school of business or a social entrepreneurship project.

Benefits

  • Get an  ESMT student to assist your organizational challenges
  • The student will deliver a pro-bono service and assume responsibility in an institution at the forefront of social challenges in developing countries
  • Financial support of the Fellows is covered by ESMT

Flavia Rizzato

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