Have you ever felt caught between your head and your heart, not sure which to listen to when it comes to your next career move? Do you have an interest in environmental sustainability, impact investing or social change careers but are unsure about where to look for internship or job opportunities in these fields? Or are you concerned about the tradeoffs you might need to make to pursue an impact-driven career? Join Dr. Mrim Boutla of More Than Money Careers to get access to a framework and practical exercises to help you identify which career path best aligns with your unique skills, career, and life priorities. You'll leave the workshop with the tools and resources you need to effectively compete for internships and jobs that successfully blend financial return with social impact and environmental stewardship.
Co-sponsored by MIT/Sloan and More Than Money Careers, this event is open to Net Impact Members from the Boston Area.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Mrim Boutla is a cognitive neuroscientist turned career coach. At Brown University and at the Kelley School of Business (Indiana University), Dr. Boutla combined insights from her research on brain plasticity with her in-depth knowledge of career development to successfully coach hundreds of PhDs, MBAs, and liberal arts graduates to translate their education into well paying careers that align with their values in corporate social responsibility, social enterprise, and sustainable business in the US and around the world. In 2010, Dr. Boutla partnered with Dr. Mark Albion (Faculty Founder of Net Impact) to launch More Than Money Careers, an online learning platform designed to help students and working professionals get hired faster for jobs that maximize impact and income in fields such as environmental sustainability, education reform, and international development.
When & Where
More Than Money Careers, LLC & MIT Sloan
Workshop facilitated by More Than Money Careers, LLC
Hosted by the MIT Sloan Initiative for Sustainable Business and Society, The Institute for Work and Employment Research, and The MBA Career Development Center.
This workshop is open to Boston-based Net Impact Members.