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Venture Lab Pitch Event

On Wednesday April 25, 11 teams competed for thousands of dollars in prize money through the Venture Lab Pitch Event. Hosted by The New School’s Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI), the competition gave students enrolled in the Venture Lab course the chance to pitch their ideas and receive constructive feedback from New York City-based socially engaged entrepreneurs. […]

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  WE Master Leadership is a free workshop designed to help women entrepreneurs gain the critical management skills needed to start, operate, and grow their businesses. During this two-session interactive workshop, participants will learn how to: Develop a formal business presentation Master negotiation techniques Improve collaborative leadership skills Overcome common business challenges Please note, this course consists of two sessions […]

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Leading ChangeMakers: A Workshop for Expanding NYC Arts Leadership

Our Venture Lab participant, Anthony Meyers is hosting a a workshop for expanding NYC Arts Leadership. This is a great opportunity to engage with some of today’s leading arts and humanities experts to examine the realities of systemic oppression and bias in the workplace, all through the lens of personal and collective advancement. Experts include: […]

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Team Generators Events!

Thank you to all who participated in our Team Generator Events in March! The application process for next spring’s Venture Lab course will open in August 2018. We encourage you to sign up for the IEI newsletter and follow us on social media to learn more about upcoming events and opportunities. If you are a […]

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Let's do lunch! with She Thinks Purple

Let’s do lunch! with She Thinks Purple

She Thinks Purple will be hosting intimate lunches throughout this month with female founders in select cities: Chicago, NYC and Washington, D.C. These lunches are designed to foster community among fellow entrepreneurs and allow attendees to practice sharing their stories in a comfortable atmosphere. We promise light fare, lively company and enlightened conversation. Each lunch will be capped at […]

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Creating Workplace Equity Workshop by Mara Zepeda

Mara Zepeda has been a leading voice in critiquing the current start-up culture for, among other things, business models that rely on profiting from user data, and organizational cultures that are hostile to women.  For an example of Mara (and others) thinking, see this article. RSVP Here!

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Public and Urban Policy Program Speaker Series: NYS Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli

Monday, March 26, 2018 at 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, Room 202 55 West 13th Street, Room I-202, New York, NY 10011 Join us for a discussion with Thomas P. DiNapoli, New York State Comptroller since 2007, and graduate of Milano School for International Affairs, Management and Public […]

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Free Student Summit :: March 23-25

This March 23-25, Virginia Commonwealth University will be hosting the IMAGINE Social Good Student Summit. Their motto – “Gathering Together to Build a More Just and Livable World” – will inform this entirely student-led summit, with keynote inspirations and mentor guidance throughout. The summit is free for all students, and support for travel/accommodations might be granted by […]

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Social Impact Career Fair – April 5

If you are interested in build a career around social impact on April 5 the Center for Student Success is hosting a Social Impact Career Fair. This fair features employers seeking students and alumni with liberal arts, social sciences, and media backgrounds. All New School students and alumni are welcomed to attend all fairs. More […]

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#DisruptClimateInjustice

February 26 – March 2, 2018: The New School will disrupt regular curriculum across the University in order to learn about climate change and its implications, particularly the unequal and devastating impacts on the most vulnerable and least responsible communities around the globe. This disruption is an opportunity to come together to take concrete action toward […]

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