Jenn Calaway - Net Impact - TB Vets Club
Virtual Tours by Students
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Net Impact is a club that supports emerging leaders wanting to use their professional skills towards social and environmental causes for a more sustainable world. We are involved in lots of activities coming up this semester, so be sure and look out for net impact. The president of the Thunderbird Veterans Club, the Thunderbird Veterans Club, supports all student veterans in the Executive Online undergrad. And we also welcome family members anyone interested in the military lifestyle lookout in dust or our Thunderbird newspaper for a spotlight of Siris, of articles talking about from US veterans saying, How are military service led to a global mindset. So we're pretty excited to get the word out and get people involved and start bridging that gap between student veterans and Thunderbird Thunderbird students. I'm so glad that accounting and finances out of the way so that I can really enjoy my classes this semester. I joined Thunderbird because I worked in PR and events and in social impact for a long time. For a long time I've been wanting to take this socially impactful work. So now I'm at Thunderbird, pursuing the corporate world, getting brushing up on my business skills so that I can work with larger businesses with budgets allocated towards socially responsible initiatives. Um, let's see, I support incoming students joining the club because the clubs are a great way to take causes that you believe in that you're excited about and run with them. You can go to your club and pitch the idea, and as long as it's kind of in alignment with your clubs mission, you can really approach. You can make things happen on things you care about, and that's what we're here. Make an impact on the causes that we that are important to us. So I can't recommend joining a club highly enough net impact. The Thunderbird Veterans Club are here to support you, as am I. So welcome to Thunderbird and I look forward to spending the rest of my time with my fellow Thunderbirds.