Tag: Social Impact Sector

Fellowships

Henry Arnhold Fellowship

Apply now!! About Mulago Foundation Mulago is a private foundation built to carry on the life work of Rainer Arnhold. Rainer’s passion was the prospect of a better life for children in poverty, and so the Foundation’s work is focused on solutions that meet the basic needs of the poorest families. Who Mulago is looking […]

by Arthan Careers Events

Demystifying Social Impact Careers, Bangalore Edition

The social impact sector in India is growing at a rapid speed. What was traditionally seen as working at NGOs or volunteering for a cause now means much more than that. But, there still is a lack of understanding and knowledge about the scope of opportunities that exist in this space. It was that which […]

Funding

Aarohan Social Innovation Awards

The Aarohan Social Innovation Awards are an initiative by the Infosys Foundation to encourage out of the box ideas which can be implemented to create massive social impact. The Infosys Foundation, set up in Karnataka, India, is a non-profit organization founded in the year 1996. It aims towards helping lesser privileged individuals of the society […]

Jobseeker Resources

8 Reasons Working In The Social Impact Sector Is The Most Satisfying

In an increasingly chaotic world, there is no dearth of issues and problems. Thankfully, no dearth of opportunities for those who want to solve these problems and make the world a better place to live. The social sector is currently booming with several opportunities. There is something for everyone, provided you are driven with a sense of purpose to change the world! There are several reasons why you should consider a career in the social sector. Read on

Events

Snippets From Arthan’s First Human Capital Roundtable

‘We want to create systemic change’. Almost all social impact organisations today, relate to this phrase. To create an impact in society, it is no longer sustainable to work in isolation. One needs to collaborate and learn from each other. To create this systemic change, however, organisations need the right talent in place. There is […]

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