2014 U-M Social Innovation Summit
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8:30 am   Sign in & meet fellow participants Outside Blau Auditorium
9:00 am   Welcome & Rapid-Fire Profiles Blau Auditorium
    Back by popular demand, leaders in fields
of social entrepreneurship, innovation,
and change will share inspiring stories
on how they found their purpose
and deliver impact through their work.
    New this year!
Ample time will be provided to participants
to interact between speaker stories.
11:00 am   Keynote Address by Aaron Hurst,
CEO of Imperative
Blau Auditorium
11:45 am   Lunch Lower Level Lobby
12:45 pm   Summit Sessions I Ross Classrooms
    In these interactive, multidisciplinary
sessions, explore impact careers
with practitioners and fellow participants.
    Ia. Equity in Detroit's food and water systems
    Ib.Youth, talent, and training in Detroit
    Ic. Aligning personal values and social innovation
1:50 pm   Summit Sessions II Ross Classrooms
    Build knowledge and skills toward a
career in social impact and/or
how to deliver your own impact.
    IIa. Investing in social impact in Detroit
    IIb. Creating a social innovation action plan
    IIc. Participant-driven unconference* 
2:45 pm   Networking with fellow participants,
 Summit ends
3:00 pm   MBA Social Impact Career Discovery
& Networking
co-sponsored by the Impact Alliance
Ross R0320
Returning MBA students from Kipp Schools,
City of Detroit, Tesla, and other impact-driven orgs share how to:
  • Identify entry steps to an impact-driven position

  • Identify tools and next steps in beginning/continuing
    your search

  • Better understanding of the timing of off-campus

Join to network and build a supportive community for impact-driven careers.




* Unconference: Summit participants can post a social impact discussion topic on our community board, then connect with fellow participants in small group discussions


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