Penn Social Entrepreneurship Movement Board Position Application
Penn Social Entrepreneurship Movement (PennSEM) is a community of entrepreneurs, thinkers, and innovators dedicated to social impact. We help students pursue their interests in the field of social entrepreneurship through discussions, hands on experience, and enriching events and immersion trips. Many of our members have founded their own impactful social enterprises and nonprofits, both on campus and internationally.

This is the application for currently open board positions. We are looking for creative and dedicated students to help us run our PennSEM!


We would love to get to know more about you through this application.


For more information on PennSEM and its committees, go to pennSEM.org
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Why are you interested in social entrepreneurship/social impact? (max 200 words) *
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In your own words, please describe the main aspects of a social impact business (max 250 words) *
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Position Descriptions:
PennSEM Sponsorship Director:
Create partnerships and find sponsorships for PennSEM as a whole

Treasurer:
Work closely with Wharton Council
Administer funding for PennSEM general events
Keep track of PennSEM accounting book

Communications Director:
Manage internal PennSEM communication including the listserv, the website, the Facebook page and any marketing efforts

Event Coordinator:
Organize outward facing events for non-PennSEM members
Ex. Powerpoint and Excel workshops etc.
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Why do you want to hold a position on PennSEM's Board? (max 250 words) *
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What skills or past experiences do you have that would make you a great candidate for this position? (max 250 words) *
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Can you commit 3 hours a week to you position (1 hour board meetings, 2 hours individual work)? *
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