An alumnus (and social entrepreneur himself) reflects on serving as a judge for the first-ever Wharton Social Impact Prize.
Before plunking down a dime on a nonprofit, do a little research on what you want out of where you intend to invest your money and/or time.
Nonprofits borrow business tools to finance work, while for-profits create mission-driven cultures like nonprofits to attract top talent.
We identify some of the most exciting social entrepreneurs and ventures emanating from the Wharton community.
A nonprofit veteran welcomes newcomers to his field with tips about what to bring with you and what to leave behind.
A Wharton undergrad experiences social impact from the inside out, including work with Philadelphia City Government, the Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Social Intrapreneurship Program and more.
Wharton students and alumni are playing ever-more prominent and prevalent roles in social impact, thanks to the fundamentals of a Wharton education and the School’s focus on social impact.