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The Kelley Institute for Social Impact (KISI, pronounced "kee-sey") supports business-minded students with opportunities to engage with nonproftis, corporations, and Indiana University partners to foster positive economic and social change. KISI empowers students to network with change makers, connect with Kelley alumni, and discover meaningful careers.

KISI staff members mentor students who are interested in making a difference by connecting them with student organizations, internships, and events with a social impact focus. KISI students form a strong community of like-minded individuals who share a passion to positively impact the world. They consistently pursue opportunities for making an impact—at IU and beyond.

There's no application or membership requirements to participate in our programming. KISI facilitates a variety of ways you can get involved in social impact. Meet KISI staff and students at upcoming Kelley events or schedule a meeting with one of our staff members. The KISI office is located in Hodge Hall 2030.

Engaging with KISI provides students with opportunities to put their business skill set and leadership abilities into practice. From internships to educational events, students gain real-world experience and acumen for doing socially responsible business. 

We encourage you to connect with KISI by subscribing to our newsletterYou'll receive weekly updates about events and additional opportunities to get involved. Reach out to any of KISI's dedicated staff, or stop by the KISI office on the second floor of Hodge Hall, Suite 2030, anytime.

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Email: kisi@indiana.edu

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Business is about solving problems. Through KISI, I have learned that with a little creativity, consistent determination, and a lot of resiliency, we can all transform our world for the better.

Kyle Zyck, BS’21, Information Systems and Business Analytics, Net Impact President