Friday, January 17, 2014

Net Impact reflects on 21st year in newly released report


At Net Impact, we know it's critical to take time to pause and reflect. Our 21st year has been a remarkable one, thanks to the passionate involvement of the Net Impact community. Our mighty network has grown to over 40,000 strong, with more than 300 volunteer-led chapters spanning the globe, driving impact on campus and on the job. We’re pleased to share some of these successes with you in our newly released annual report.
At the heart of our net impact this year were the outstanding accomplishments of our global network of student and professional leaders. College students on 74 campuses made their first moves towards social and environmental impact through the Small Steps, Big Wins Campus Challenge. Members of one graduate chapter created grade-A sustainability reports first for their university, then town – and will now share their findings nationally. Five professionals became finalists for our Impact at Work Award for creating breakthrough change on the job. You'll find these stories (and more) within this report's pages.
Other things you'll find within this report's pages:
    • Our ambitious 10-year strategy, including how we've piloted new initiatives and what we’ve learned
    • Profiles from our global network of student and professional leaders, and their outstanding accomplishments
    • An overview of our program areas by audience, as well as new developments to come
    We hope you’ll walk away from our annual report with a better sense of the breakthrough year we built together at Net Impact.

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