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Limited quantity: P&P copies 33% off

Want a copy of Profession and Purpose: A Resource Guide for MBA Careers in Sustainability to help you kick of your job search in 2016?  I have a limited number of signed author copies (2nd edition) available for $24.79 (33% off the list price).  If you are interested, send me a quick email with your […]


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6 Sustainability Careers that Haven’t Occurred to You Yet

If you’re a job-seeker with a bent towards impact careers, chances are you’re already looking at roles in corporate social responsibility (CSR) or sustainability departments at major companies. You may also have considered working as a program manager at a nonprofit or social entrepreneurship organization, or maybe a social impact or sustainability consulting firm. But the […]


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Want to Make an Impact? 3 Reasons to Consider a ‘Traditional’ Business Role

Thinking about a sustainability career?  It’s true that there are interesting and rewarding careers to be had with titles like Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Analyst and Sustainability Director.  But thinking about impact careers in their own category implies that the only place to make an impact is from outside the typical business infrastructure. In fact, […]


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Money or meaning: Do impact careers always require a tradeoff?

One of the more frustrating dilemmas, when it comes to thinking about an impact career, is the question of salary. You want to make a difference in the world and do work that matters, but you also need to get paid. There is certainly a perception that we face a tradeoff in career choices between […]


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Creative strategies for networking your way into a job

I know you’ve heard this advice before: network, network, network. But this advice is especially true when it comes to sustainability careers. Relative to other business disciplines, sustainability circles are still relative small, and a good impression with a few key industry practitioners can be the key to your entire job search.  You might even […]


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How to find an impact career track that fits you

This article first appeared as a guest post on Shannon Houde’s Walk of Life consulting blog.  Thanks to Shannon for allowing me to re-post. One of the things that makes the sustainability job search challenging is the diversity of options. There are lots of ways to use your career to have a positive impact on […]


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Q&A about Purpose Careers with Ellen Weinreb

In July 2014, I sat down with Ellen Weinreb, CEO of the executive search firm Weinreb Group, to discuss Purpose careers.  We discussed the demand for Purpose jobs from MBAs, the market for these jobs, and whether business schools are doing enough to serve mission-driven students. Read the Q&A here: This book is a roadmap […]


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Jumpstarting your job search in social entrepreneurship

This post first appeared on Justmeans. Social entrepreneurship is one of those terms that means different things, depending on who’s doing the defining. In general, though, it refers to the application of innovative entrepreneurial strategies to solve pressing problems. Social entrepreneurs focus on a truly diverse set of social issues—education, health and human services, food […]


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To find your next sustainability job, stop looking

This post first appeared on TriplePundit. You’ve heard it before: Job searching is about relationship-building. It’s good advice, no matter how many times you hear it—but it’s especially true of the sustainability job search. The fact is, if you’re spending your time looking for sustainability job postings online, you’re going about the job search the […]


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Net Impact members: 20% off Profession & Purpose

Net Impact changed my life — literally.  When I was a first-year MBA student at UNC, I had never heard the term “sustainability” before.  I came to business school to study entrepreneurship and had a vision for a business I thought I would launch after graduation.  I stumbled into a Net Impact in the fall […]


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