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Upcoming Dates and Deadlines for Certificate Trainings

New Impact Investing “Hard Skills” 2-Day Clinic 

Location: Middlebury Institute of International Studies campus in downtown Monterey, California in close proximity to Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay area.
Dates:  June 4 - 5,2016
Focus: Financial Analysis and Modeling for Social Businesses, Projects and Impact Investing Funds
Who Should Attend: Those new to the social impact sector.

Many purpose-driven people have worked “close to the impact” through the Peace Corps, or with a local nonprofit. However, the essential frameworks for social business design can be challenging to distinguish for those who have little or no background in basic finance.

Fee:

Non-FMS Participants: $450   FMS Participants and Alumni: $100*

To apply, visit https://fms1.typeform.com/to/x0JSWn
*Payment instructions will be delivered upon acceptance.

Monterey

Location: Middlebury Institute of International Studies campus in downtown Monterey, California in close proximity to Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay area.
Dates: January 2016 (closed); June 6-17, 2016
Focus: Seed-stage investment and social enterprise management in regions around the world.
Who Should Attend: Career builders with 2+ years professional experience who are looking to develop a purpose-driven career. Ready and willing to consider a fellowship in regions around the world, particularly in emerging market areas.
Unique Qualities:

This is where it all started back in 2011! The training prepares participants for field experience fellowships in 15 different countries including placements at internationally-focused social enterprises based out of the United States.

View a sample schedule here.

Admission Deadline: Friday, April 29, 2016

All applicants will be notified of their enrollment status by Monday, May 9, 2016.

DC 

Location: Middlebury K Street Office, DC
Dates: February 2016 (closed); next session dates are forthcoming
Focus: Growth-stage investment and social enterprise management in regions around the world.
Who Should Attend: Career changers with 4+ years professional experience who are looking to explore a pivot into the social impact sector. Those who are seeking new connections, knowledge, and inspiration in order to re-focus their professional track.
Unique Qualities: Washington is an ideal place to step into an impact-focused career. It is a hotbed for social enterprise and responsible investing starting  at the top with the White House Office of Social Innovation and moving through the development and private sectors to make for a dynamic and growing community of social entrepreneurs, activists, and responsible money managers.

 

The Middlebury DC office is situated in the heart of downtown Washington, D.C., at 1400 K Street NW. Click the following link for detailed directions.

Which program is for me?

Each program offers is own unique focus and advantages. We recommend that you select a program based on your current status as either an emerging professional or an experienced professional who is considering a career change or realignment. 

Shared Benefits

All FMS participants gain a professional certificate in impact investing and social enterprise management and join the FMS and the Institute-Middlebury College global alumni network.

Contact

Erina McWilliiam-Lopez
emcwilliam@miis.edu
(831) 647-4645