Wharton Global Impact Consultants

Wharton Global Impact Consultants provides an organized platform for students to travel abroad and apply their business skills to promote economic development and improved quality of life in developing countries. These consulting projects help private organizations with operations, business planning, startup strategy, financial projections, and costing. They usually take 2 to 4 weeks over the summer and may take place in India, Asia, Africa, or South America

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International Volunteer Program Works to Revitalize a Coffee Business in Rwanda

In early 2014, Andrea Vidler, Wharton MBA Class of 2015, joined a Wharton International Volunteer Program (WIVP) team in Rwanda to help revitalize the brand strategy of KZ Noir, a coffee company that supports the livelihoods of 10,000 local farmers. Her experience inspired her to plan, scope and lead aRead More

International Volunteer Program Inspires Career Path

Roberta Giassetti, WG’02, managing director of AxĂ© Italia Onlus, an organization based in Brazil that works to empower poor children through arts education, told CNBC how her experience in Wharton International Volunteer Program (WIVP) changed her career path, which had begun on a traditional consulting track prior to her timeRead More

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