2 years ago

When:
20 April, 2016

Location:
Theatre 230, Kwong Lee Dow Building (Graduate School of Education), 234 Queensberry Street, University of Melbourne

Organised by:
Microfinance Initative


Register and purchase tickets here: https://www.trybooking.com/LANV

MMI invites you to our highly anticipated 2016 Careers In Social Impact event!

Keen to discover how you can make a real difference with your degree? Careers In Social Impact will give you a deeper insight into the broad range of careers that you can pursue that are dedicated to social impact.

Hear from experienced professionals from a variety of fields who have committed themselves to making a real tangible difference to other people’s lives. This event will provide you with an excellent opportunity to gain all the information you’ll need to create a future career that is not only professionally rewarding, but will give you the chance to assist those in need.

The evening will begin with a Q&A Panel with distinguished guests from World Vision, The World Bank, Impact Investing Australia, HoMie and NAB. These panelists will share their unique experiences and challenges in their career fields of not-for-profit, development, impact investing, social enterprise and community finance.

Following the panel, students will be able meet the representatives from a broad range of organisations pursuing social change, including our panellists' organisations, as well as Oaktree, Good Money and many more; an excellent opportunity for networking to learn about volunteering and paid opportunities.

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Key details:

Date: Wednesday 20th April 2016
Time: 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Venue: The University of Melbourne Parkville (exact location TBA)
Dress code: Business casual

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If you are looking for a career path that provides professional fulfillment and positive social impact, register now - places are limited! Prices as detailed below:

MMI Members – $15
Non-Members + membership – $20

Register and purchase tickets here: https://www.trybooking.com/LANV

*Only for University of Melbourne students. Student cards will be checked at the event*

Light food and drinks will be provided.

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List of organisations attending (more to be announced closer to the date):
NAB
World Vision
HoMie
Impact Investing Australia
World Bank
Good Money & Good Shepherd Microfinance
Pollinate Energy
Oaktree
Ellis Jones
B Corp
Community Sector Banking
Teach for Australia
Charitable
STREAT
The Compass
MMI
Engineers Without Borders
And more!