Kellogg Corps

Kellogg Corps

About

Kellogg Corps was founded by Kellogg students to connect socially minded organizations in need of assistance to volunteers with business acumen and management skills. We help MBA students and graduates journey from success to significance, providing experiential learning opportunities to make humanitarian contributions to the world. Our mission has three goals: 1. Help socially minded organizations achieve their goals by fostering long-term relationships and providing short-term volunteers capable of lending meaningful business support year after year. 2. Help Kellogg students and graduates gain global perspective and become socially responsible leaders by scoping meaningful strategic and operational projects across the globe. 3. Help Kellogg alumni by creating opportunities for fellowship with other socially minded alumni and providing social entrepreneurs, non-profit leaders and board members with a means to enlist Kellogg Corps volunteers to help their organizations.

Basic Information

Opportunity Type: 

  • Student group

Opportunity Type (Other): 

Opportunity Timeframe: 

  • Northwestern Fall Quarter, Northwestern Summer Session

Opportunity Timeframe Other: 

Opportunity Start Year: 

1996

Opportunity Regions: 

  • Location Varies, Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, Oceania

Location Map: 

Requirements & Prerequisites

Participants: 

  • Graduate Students

Participants (Other): 

Other Limits on Participation: 

Enrolled Kellogg students. Undergraduates may not participate.

Language Requirement: 

No

Contact Information

Sponsors & Partners

Schools: 

  • Kellogg School of Management