Our Net Impact chapter is both a graduate and undergraduate student leadership organization that aims to prepare students for careers with positive social and environmental careers.
Our chapter connects you with like-minded people, innovative ideas, and change-making programs that can transform you and the world around you. Our chapter is the place to:
- Lead positive change on campus or on the job through skill-building programs
- Connect with a community committed to making a social and environmental impact
- Learn through and engage with meaningful events, activities, and networking opportunities
Join our Net Impact Chapter and connect with others locally and globally!
Graduate Chapter President, Jeff Terebey
As the current graduate chapter president, Jeff has the ability and vision to run the Net Impact club in a different way from previous years. The leadership team is working to broadening the focus of the club, including changing the current focus from food systems sustainability to a broader focus in order to include a larger network of people, including engineers, supply chain specialists, accounting majors and various other students.
Undergraduate Chapter President, Ian Hopkins
Ian Hopkins is also looking forward to including more students in the undergraduate chapter from different academic disciplines. His future plan for the chapter is to work with the Business Sustainability Collaborative to get more undergraduate students engaged in the B Corp Clinic in the coming academic year. He has also been directly involved in hosting events such as "Loans that Change Lives", a presentation showing the importance of microfinance and what everyone can do in order to help budding entrepreneurs in third-world countries.