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Blogs & Communities: Pursuing an entrepreneurial degree online allows an individual to balance personal & professional responsibilities while receiving a quality education! BestColleges used an academically based methodology to articulate data compiled by the NCES to produce our findings of the Top Online MBA Programs in Entrepreneurship in the country!

Careers for Poverty Aid: People who want to have an impact in the fight against poverty probably don’t have to look far beyond their personal and professional interests to make a difference. From teaching and urban landscaping to law and mental health, there are many career and volunteer opportunities available for people who want to help others escape poverty and lead more fulfilling lives.

Echoing GreenEchoing Green's mission is to unleash next generation talent to solve the world’s biggest problems.Peace and Collaborative Development Network: This is a free professional networking site (with over 17,750 members from around the world) to foster dialogue and the sharing of resources in international development, conflict resolution, gender mainstreaming, human rights, social entrepreneurship and related fields. 

NextBillion: is a website and blog bringing together the community of business leaders, social entrepreneurs, NGOs, policy makers and academics who want to explore the connection between development and enterprise. It is a discussion forum, networking space and knowledge base for individuals and organizations interested in the "next billion." Our goal is to highlight the development and implementation of business strategies that open opportunities and improve the lives of the world's approximately four billion low-income producers and consumers. Pursuing an MBA requires a significant investment and dedication, but the dividends the degree can bring, the potentially higher salaries, promotions, and more opportunities make it worth the effort. For more information, visit here:

PCDNetwork: PCDNetwork has launched the Social Change Career Helping Line. This is the world's first open, expert and crowdsourced space to help individuals find the answers to the questions they have about building and advancing a career of social impact. PCDN has put together an amazing group of leading thinkers and experts who are on our Career Advisory Board from the top social change institutions around the world.

ReWork: ReWork finds and places top talent at organizations making social, cultural, or environmental change. Our curated Talent Pool consists of 50,000+ individuals looking for meaningful work. This platform allows us to match qualified candidates to their dream jobs while quickly and efficiently providing impact organizations with employees that can drive their mission forward. Our wide range of clients, includes ANDE members such as Acumen, B Lab, CARE, and The Rockefeller Foundation. To join our talent pool - click here. To hire from our talent pool - click here.

Skoll Scholarship for the Oxford MBA:

The Skoll Scholarship is a fully-funded scholarship for incoming MBA students at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School. It gives social entrepreneurs exclusive opportunities to meet with world-renowned experts and thought-leaders, as well as the chance to learn valuable business skills in a social impact focused network.

Social Edge:
Social Edge is a program of the Skoll Foundation that was inspired by Jeff Skoll's commitment to connecting people with shared passions. Social Edge is the global online community where social entrepreneurs and other practitioners of the social benefit sector connect to network, learn, inspire and share resources.

Social Capital Markets Blog:
SOCAP is a multi-platform organization dedicated to the flow of capital towards social good. Our event series connects leading global innovators – investors, foundations, institutions and social entrepreneurs – to build this market at the intersection of money and meaning.

Young Professionals in Foreign Policy: 
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy is committed to fostering the next generation of foreign policy leaders by providing them with opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills, exposure and relationships they will need to succeed in their careers.