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Make a Plan to Vote
As local elections begin to open, we took the time to hear from three community organizers who are committed to boosting education and involvement in the local voting process, specifically among young voters.
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"Lead from a place of humility”- Advice from young alumni in social impact careers
ILSI kicked off the fall semester with a candid conversation with three alumni as part of our Impact Series. They may be young, but they certainly are not lacking in experience in the social impact realm.
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2021 UN Fellows (Madelyne Hamblett BA '21 and Brady Sanders CHEM '23)
Reflections from ILSI's Inaugural UN Fellows
 Brady Sanders, a third-year chemistry major, reflects on his experience with the UN-based Global Action to Prevent War and Armed Conflict War and Armed Conflict, fellowship.
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Institute for Leadership & Social Impact Team: 2021 Plywood Presents
One of ILSI’s favorite events to attend every summer is the Plywood Present conference in August. It is a meaningful way to kick off a new school year and a way to say thanks to our partners and amazing students by gathering everyone at a conference showcasing creative approaches to community building.
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Ideas to Serve | Season Opener
It has been one year of working and learning remotely. As we reflect on the hectic transition to online life this time last year, the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact (ILSI) team - like many organizations around the world- has reflected on our growth.
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Empathy in Business and Education through Poetry
Dr. Thomas had a fireside chat with us to discuss why he has always valued the idea of driving connection and empathy in educational settings via the use of quotes and poetry.
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ILSI Social Impact Fellowship - A Journey of Discovery for Jenn Thorpe with Hands On Atlanta
The inaugural Social Impact Fellow, Jenn Thorpe, a fourth-year Business Administration student in the Scheller College of Business, shared about her journey as a virtual Business Development intern with Hands On Atlanta (HOA), an organization that connects nonprofits and schools with socially responsible companies to help make a difference in the community through volunteer projects.
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Extra Good: Pro Bono Consulting In the Time of COVID-19
Chris Abrams is a second-year MBA student at Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business who has a background in the healthcare IT sector in revenue cycle management for health systems. After hearing about Scheller’s unique Pro Bono Consulting program from peers, he knew he wanted to get involved and to do a practicum while completing his MBA.
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