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Libraries + Literacy Fuel Inspiration, Open Doors to Opportunity in South Asia

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Posted by Alicia Bonner Ness

Subhadra Devi Timilsena can barely write her name, but she has given her entire community the opportunity to become literate, obtain livelihood skills, access the Internet, and connect with others in a safe community space. Subhadra and her children donated their only possession—a piece of land, left to them by her deceased husband, worth 20 Nepali Lakhs (or $25,300)—to build a READ Community Library and Resource Center for her village.

The Aspen Institute Announces Winners for International MBA Case Competition

$32,500 in scholarships awarded for ideas to help solve world’s most pressing issues
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New York, NY, April 29, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Students at 25 leading MBA programs worldwide have immersed themselves in solving a real-world business challenge, with five finalist teams earning $32,500 in scholarships during The Aspen Institute’s Business and Society International MBA Case Competition held at BNY Mellon’s New York City offices in April.

Changing The Game: Lessons Learned From Aspen Institute Competition

Reflecting On The 2012 Business & Society Competition
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New York, March 20, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Students at 25 leading business schools will compete this month for recognition and $35,000 in scholarship funds in the Aspen Institute’s 2013 Business & Society International MBA Case Competition. Several students from the 2012 winning team from the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business reflected on what the program meant to them.

Deadline Fast Approaching for MBA Social Entrepreneurship Journey in India

Top Global MBA Students Now Eligible for Social Entrepreneurship Programme in India
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MUMBAI, India, October 12, 2012 /3BL Media/ - Having connected more than 200 global leaders with India’s most inspiring social entrepreneurs, Journeys For Change is launching its first programme exclusively for MBA students. The fifteen top MBA students from around the world who are selected for this programme will spend 28 December 2012 - 4 January 2013 engaging with award-winning social enterprises- for and nonprofit organisations- in Bangalore and Mumbai, India.

Net Impact’s Annual Publication Reveals Latest Trends in MBA Programs

Key findings suggest social/environmental issues are hitting critical mass in graduate programs
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(3BL Media) San Francisco, CA - September 11, 2012 - Net Impact, a global nonprofit inspiring a new generation of leaders to put their values to work for a more sustainable future, released its 2012 edition of Business as UNusual: The Student Guide to Graduate Programs. Key findings confirm that the movement to make a positive, sustainable impact across sectors is hitting critical mass when it comes to MBA programming.

MBAs Without Borders: Experience In Emerging Markets Gives Graduates An Edge

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"Without question, I'm far more likely to hire MBA graduates who have had management consulting experience in emerging markets over graduates who have not," said Amit Sinha, Head of Database and Technology Marketing at SAP.

As an employer who hires graduates from many MBA programs, Sinha himself took advantage of the International Business Development program when he was a graduate student himself several years ago at the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley.

Recruiter Q&A: Deloitte's Andrea Hampton

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This is part of an ongoing series of Q&As with recruiters from top MBA employers. This week we bring you edited excerpts of an e-mail exchange between Bloomberg Businessweek‘s Erin Zlomek and Andrea Hampton, senior manager of talent acquisition at Deloitte. The company hires MBAs across all its business units, including consulting, audit, tax, and financial advisory services. (Most MBAs are recruited into the consulting practice and typically join at the senior consultant level.) Hampton says her team recruits from more than 40 top MBA programs.

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This is part of an ongoing series of Q&As with recruiters from top MBA employers. This week we bring you edited excerpts of an e-mail exchange between Bloomberg Businessweek‘s Erin Zlomek and Andrea Hampton, senior manager of talent acquisition at Deloitte. The company hires MBAs across all its business units, including consulting, audit, tax, and financial advisory services. (Most MBAs are recruited into the consulting practice and typically join at the senior consultant level.) Hampton says her team recruits from more than 40 top MBA programs.

RSF Social Finance Announces 2011 Regional Fellows

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RSF Social Finance selects 12 graduate students from across the country to help identify prospective social enterprises to support through RSF's $70 million Social Investment Fund.

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RSF Social Finance selects 12 graduate students from across the country to help identify prospective social enterprises to support through RSF's $70 million Social Investment Fund.

Ernst & Young LLP launches academic case study on sustainability reporting in time for new school year

Case study examines sustainability decision-making among executives to enable discussion among accounting and business students
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) New York, NY - 17 August 2011 - In response to the growing need for curriculum that focuses on top sustainability business issues, Ernst & Young LLP and the Ernst & Young Foundation today launch a case study for professors to use in their business and accounting classrooms. The case study examines the decision of a fictional firm to begin to issue a sustainability report.  

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