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MBA Impact Investing Network & Training (MIINT)
April 01, 2020

The MBA Impact Investing Network & Training (MIINT) is an experiential lab designed to give students at business and graduate schools a hands-on education in impact investing. The MIINT aims to: - Train the next generation of impact investors to “think like an impact investor” providing them with the opportunity to source, diligence, and present early stage impact investment ideas to an expert judging committee. - Build meaningful links between innovative mission-driven companies and leading business and graduate schools. - Create a vibrant network of students and practitioners active in the impact investing field.

Impact investments generate both financial returns and a positive, social and/or environmental impact, aka the "double or triple bottom line." The sector is growing rapidly and student interest in this topic is tremendous.

The creation of the MIINT program in 2011 was driven by student interest at Harvard and Wharton, and today we are on 31 of the top business and graduate school campuses in North America and Europe.

Benefits of participating

- Schools can offer students a hands-on opportunity to learn how to be an impact investor, as a complement to your on-campus programs
- Students learn first-hand how to be an impact investor - through sourcing, conducting due diligence on, and presenting a selected impact investing opportunity, for the chance to win an investment in your selected company from third-party, independent investors
- Students connect with a wide network of like-minded students, advisors, industry professionals and leaders, all seeking to make social change through sustainable investing

The program culminates in a final presentation, where each school presents one company to the MIINT Investment Committee (IC) for the chance to win an up to $50,000 investment in their company as part of an existing seed round.

MIINT is an initiative of Bridges Ventures‘ advisory arm, Bridges Impact+, and is conducted in partnership with the Wharton Social Impact Initiative.Our sponsor include Apax Foundation, Liquidnet, Impact Engine, Mission Throttle and New Venture Fund.
Eligible Schools
Carnegie Mellon - Tepper School Of Business
Columbia Business School
Dartmouth Tuck School Of Business
Georgetown University - McDonough School Of Business
Harvard Business School
IESE Business School
London Business School
London School Of Economics And Political Science (LSE)
Michigan Ross School Of Business
MIT Sloan School Of Management
Northwestern University - Kellogg
Oxford - Said Business School
SDA Bocconi School Of Management
Tufts - The Fletcher School
UC Berkeley - Haas School Of Business
University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business
University Of Utah - David Eccles School Of Business
Virginia Darden School Of Business
Wharton School
Yale School Of Management
York - Schulich School Of Business
Columbia SIPA