ABOUT NET IMPACT
Net Impact is a global nonprofit organization with thousands of professional, graduate, and undergraduate members. With 300 global chapters, Net Impact takes on social challenges, protects the environment, and orients businesses and products toward the greater good.
Net Impact UCLA has received Gold Status recognition, the highest recognition that any chapter can receive from Net Impact Central.
Net Impact UCLA is a student-run social impact consulting club on the University of California, Los Angeles' campus. We are a team of consultants dedicated to making social and environmental impact through business.
Our strategic recommendations help guide non-profits, NGOs, social enterprises and large corporations with corporate social responsibility practices to bring social responsibility to business.
While working on the consulting projects with social enterprises, our members discover sustainability careers, build relationships with local business leaders, and learn about the importance of social impact in business settings. Through workshops, case studies, and guest speakers, our members develop the skills that guide them as they provide consulting services for real companies.
To inspire, educate, and provide individuals with the necessary tools to intertwine business and social impact, creating a more socially and environmentally sustainable world.
CAUSES WE CARE ABOUT
We provide consulting services to social enterprise corporations and companies with corporate social responsibility projects. Services include marketing, due diligence, financial projections, analysis techniques, strategy, and B corporation certification consulting.
If you are inspired to tackle the world’s most pressing social and environmental problems, and making the world a better place fuels your diligence and ambitions, turn this inspiration into reality by joining Net Impact's undergraduate chapter at UCLA. Be a changemaker.
WHERE WE GO
I'm glad to see the undergraduate chapter of Net Impact growing. I was involved in the leadership of Net Impact at UCLA Anderson during business school. Undergraduate students and MBAs both can work towards using business to solve complex environmental and social problems, and show people it's possible to do well while doing good.
Nurit Katz, Chief Sustainability Officer at UCLA