The annual Net Impact Conference provides students and early career professionals with the opportunity to learn from inspiring speakers, network with impact leaders and peers, and meet recruiters at forward-thinking companies. Through a select number of scholarships, Net Impact’s goal is to reduce economic barriers that may prevent individuals from attending, and build a stronger, more diverse, and inclusive community.
For the 2019 Net Impact Conference, we are offering a select number of scholarships to cover Conference passes and other travel costs. Full and partial scholarships are being offered, and anyone is invited to apply for a scholarship. Priority will be given to those involved in a Net Impact chapter, actively working to start a chapter, or as a participant in a Net Impact Central Program.
A special thanks to the generous supporters of the Net Impact Scholarship Fund: Brad Sparks, Community Foundation of Greater Memphis, Ellen Weinreb, Erb Institute at the University of Michigan, Ford Motor Company, Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation, Genevieve Giles & John Duffy, Greenlight Fund, Koch Industries, LinkedIn, Mark Albion, Samantha Levine, Steelcase, Target, and to those who donated in memory of Jim Schorr or in honor of Liz Maw.
Please note that as of September 23, we are only accepting scholarship applications from the great Detroit, Michigan area.
Eligibility and general requirements
Demonstrated interest and ability to commit to attending the 2019 Net Impact Conference in Detroit, Michigan on October 24-26, 2019, if selected
Demonstrated financial need
August 25: Applications open
Late September - Mid October: Applications open for great Detroit area. Decisions will be announced on a rolling basis.
October 24-26: Net Impact Conference in Detroit, Michigan
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