Our student organizations are a force in fostering social change. Find an organization that speaks to your passions and empowers you to make a difference.
KISI Student Organizations
180 Degrees Consulting
Work with a team of students over a semester to develop business recommendations for socially-minded nonprofits. You'll gain real consulting experience and have the opportunity to improve the effectiveness of worthwhile organizations.
Alternative Break Program
Travel to a location in the U.S. or abroad and work directly with community leaders and organizations to learn about and address social issues. Past projects have included tackling urban poverty and homelessness in San Diego and environmental conservation and sustainability in Ecuador.
Civic Leadership Development
Get involved in Bloomington community service projects and gain awareness of local social challenges. CLD is where Kelley’s social impact roots started nearly 30 years ago. There are now partnerships with 30 area nonprofits.
Drive social and environmental change, starting on the IU campus. Net Impact is a national organization that empowers and educates students to channel their passion for change into action in areas such as social entrepreneurship, impact investing, and corporate leadership.
Social Enterprise Engagement at Kelley
Explore the intersection between business and social responsibility. SEEK offers a variety of events and opportunities for you to learn how to build and apply your skills to make an impact in your community.
Trockman Microfinance Initiative
Learn about microfinance and techniques for alleviating poverty. Through this initiative, you can participate in case competitions, attend talks from leading experts, and visit microfinance institutions around the world.
Trockman Microfinance Initiative has had an enormous impact on my outlook on business, personal organization, and ways in which I view the impact of student organizations. I am excited to curate a business platform that fits my interests and further work on skills I have had the opportunity to develop throughout the year.Adam Warner, BS’20, economic consulting, public policy analysis, business analytics