MBA Impact Investing Network and Training
Are you ready to think like an impact investor?
Join the six-month experiential lab that brings together graduate students from top universities to gain hands-on education and experience with social impact investing. The experience culminates with a chance to pitch for $50,000 towards your selected business.
MIINT is a rigorous program that offers a variety of training modules for students to choose from and conducts one-on-one advisory sessions with each participating school. Communicate and network within impact investing to create connections for the future with the potential to gain seed investments from independent resources.
The MIINT program simulates the early stages of impact investing which requires you to reach out to investors and develop innovative experience looking at real-world companies.
“With only a small understanding of investments, my team was able to gain hands-on experience while developing our thesis by reaching out to different organizations and individuals. Industry mentors provided us with guidance throughout the experience and trained our group in specific topics like biases in investing. It was great to learn and create plans to mitigate those biases and learn so much about impact investing.”
Rhianna Taniguchi, MBA ‘23
Join the MIINT Impact Investing Program
- Students complete an application at the start of the fall semester, followed by a formal interview with a member from the Office of Experiential Learning.
- Participate in weekly team meetings and impact investing training modules throughout the year.
- Communicate and learn from each other through online trainings and discussions; network-wide calls; and one-on-one advisory sessions with each school.
- Build a network with business students from the top business schools across the country.
- Pitch your selected company to a panel of leaders across impact investing and venture capital sectors. Winning teams can earn up to $50,000 toward their company.
- Carey supports the team’s financial costs for participation.