Education Impact

Consequential Learning 

"Of course we must leave a better world for our children, but we must also leave better children for our world"

Many people believe that building a sustainable future starts with education, and needless to say, Impact Economics embraces and includes educational institutions and students as vital stakeholders within any community ecosystem. 

 

Educational Institutions and Students are important stakeholders within the communities they are based in. Impact Economics Certified Consultants receive everything they need to work with educational institutions of their choice including:

  • College Level Syllabi for Award Winning, Accredit Classes on:

- Impact Entrepreneurship

- Impact Investing

- Leadership and Management Through the Lens of Profit for Purpose

  • MOUs to Work With Educational Institutions

  • Access to Experts Who Have Started Implementing Impact Economics Focused Classes in High Schools and Middle Schools

  • Access to A Remarkable Exemplar of Success at the College of Charleston

Together with the School of Business at the College of Charleston, In Place Impact is developing syllabi for graduate Levvel classes, and an EMBA and Executive Education Programs focused on leadership and management through the lens of Profit for Purpose. Once approved and launched, Impact Economics certified Consultants will be able to bring these classes to their own communities.  

In addition to this, Impact Economics Certified Consultants receive the structure, agenda, and "how to" to produce an Impact Day event in partnership with the educational institutions they partner with. Impact Day and the "Shared Values Consulting Fee program" used by Impact Economics Certified Consultants, allows the work done within educational institutions to become self-funding. It also helps create an incredibly vibrant hub of Impact, with any community it is embedded within. 

Finally, to as a really important aspect to Impact Economics, the award winning "Impact X" class, allows students to use consequential learning to develop real, tangible and profound Impact focused innovations purposed to solve social, economic, and environmental problems within their communities. 

Yet again, what many people talk about, Impact Economics actually does.