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Highlighting the expanding variety of occupation possibilities within the nonprofit quarter for MBAs and executives, this advisor offers a complete assessment of the nonprofit area and the way to get a role in that zone.
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Many people contributed significant time and energy to this effort. I would like to give very special thank-yous to Steve Nelson, Margot Keiper, and Bob Burakoff, who supported the project from its inception in innumerable ways, and to John Whitehead for his ongoing support of so many HBS Social Enterprise activities. I would also like to thank the HBS Social Enterprise Club and the club's Alumni Advisory Board members for their help throughout the process. Several other individuals deserve a show of appreciation for their input and support, including Bob Gardella, Pat Brandes, and Rosabeth Moss Kanter.
The profile of Jennifer Brown Simon (Harvard Business School, MBA 1994) later in this chapter illustrates that path well. LISA SCHORR From summer position to a full-time job For Lisa Schorr (Harvard Business School, MBA 1998), the Community Enterprise Summer Fellow position was a great experience in and of itself, as well as an entrée to a long-term relationship with the Pine Street Inn. Community Enterprise is a partnership between HBS and McKinsey & Company's Boston office that provides consulting teams to Boston-area community organizations for twelve weeks to address major strategic issues.
7. Nonprofit Profiles. Profiles of Harvard Business School alumni in nonprofit careers are interspersed throughout the book. Their stories give a sense of what it is like to work in the field the person has chosen, as well as a look at the process they went through to get there, which may give you some ideas for your own job search. The profiles are integrated into relevant sections. For example, while you are reading about foundations you will find the story of Kim Lew (Harvard Business School, MBA 1992), a portfolio strategist at the Ford Foundation in New York.