Kellogg alumni (from left) Andrew Youn '06, Larry Levy '67, John Wood '89 and Sandra Anderson '07 at the 2006 Net Impact Conference, which was hosted by the school’s award-winning Net Impact chapter, the Social Impact Club.
Photo © Nathan Mandell
The Kellogg School has a strong commitment to graduating global leaders with a sense of social responsibility. In fact, we’ve even created a major focused specifically on social development. Launched in 2005, the Social Enterprise at Kellogg (SEEK) program offers a socially relevant curriculum that will prepare you to make an impact.
As a SEEK major, you’ll take courses like Leading Mission Driven Enterprises, Social Entrepreneurship in the Developing World, and Values-Based Leadership. You’ll join the Social Impact Club, which sponsors events and promotes social engagement in the community, and help organize the Innovating Social Change conference.
As a graduate of the SEEK program, you may qualify for a fellowship in a nonprofit institution through our Beacon Capital Fellows Program. And you’re sure to be fully prepared for a rewarding career in the public or nonprofit sector.