No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world

– Robin Williams

Thanks for checking out the undergraduate Net Impact chapter at NYU Stern! Explore our website to learn more about our organization, our community, and our events! Join us every Thursday from 12:30 – 1:45 in Stern’s Tisch Hall UC-04.

Reynolds Speakers Series: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Social Entrepreneurship

The Reynolds Program in Social Entrepreneurship kicks off their speaker series on September 29th at 6:30 in the Tishman Auditorium. “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Social Entrepreneurship” will feature Nancy Lubin, CEO of DoSomething.org and Jonathan Lewis, Founder/Chair of MCE Social Capital & Founder/President of Opportunity Collaboration. They will be discussing the state of the social entrepreneurship space and where there is room for improvement. Click here for more information.

HeForShe Internship Opportunity

The UN campaign HeForShe is looking for a Global Youth Engagement Intern to join them this fall at the UN Headquarters. HeForShe provides a systematic approach and targeted platform on which men and boys can engage and become change agents towards the achievement of gender equality. Applications are accepted through Monday, September 7th.

Click HERE to learn more about this opportunity and to apply.

The Archimedes Project Internship

The Archimedes Project is dedicated to bringing together the best ideas, technology and partners to design and launch clean water and sanitation social enterprises around the world. They are recruiting social enterprise interns for the fall semester to work on various projects.

Click HERE to learn more about this opportunity and HERE to apply.

Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN) – Workshop on Nuclear Energy

Join the United Nations SDSN, The Earth Institute, and Columbia University for a one-day workshop on nuclear energy. The purpose is to analyze the issues surrounding nuclear power and to visualize its potential future role in mitigating global climate change. There will be panelists including former officials from the U.S. Department of Energy, high-level representatives from the energy industry, and technical experts from Columbia, MIT, and other academic institutions.