Oles for Social Impact
Tuesday, March 12th
Buntrock Commons Ballrooms
If you are interested in making a social impact, hear from alumni who have developed careers of social responsibility during this panel event. Oles for Social Impact will be a great opportunity for thoughtful discussion and questions as alumni tell their stories and provide insight into their paths to social impact careers.
The Piper Center warmly welcomes the following alumni to this inaugural event:
John Farrell '01
Jill Greenhalgh '78
Susan Gunderson '79
Lily Moua ’06
Jon Pratt '74
Maggie Skrypek '04
|ALUMNI PANEL SESSIONS|
Three concurrent panel sessions run twice during the event and attendees select two:
Broadening the Scope of Impact: Social impact can happen in the non-profit, for-profit, and government arenas as well as in roles individuals hold outside of work. This panel will help students understand the scope of social impact.
Launching Your Social Impact Career: Panelists will talk about their experiences and recommendations for exploring and launching a career that has a social impact.
Re-mapping the Road to Social Impact - Navigating the Obstacles: Sometimes the best laid plans need adjusting. During this session, panelists will provide information on the obstacles, road blocks, and detours of their careers and share some life lessons learned along the way.
For more event information and to RSVP go to Ole Career Central! Sponsored by the Piper Center for Vocation and Career.