Are you entering Berkeley-Haas certain in your commitment to changing the world through business? You could be a candidate for the CRB Fellowship.
The CRB Fellowship is one of the ways the Center encourages the development of business leaders who will redefine business for a sustainable future and address the great challenges of our time. Started in 2011, the CRB Fellows are part of a growing network of graduates leading the movement to integrate sustainability into their work and the practices of the firms that employ them. The $20,000 CRB Fellowship ($10,000 per academic year) is funded by retired Goldman Sachs Partner and CRB Senior Advisory Board Member Scott Pinkus. The students selected for the Fellowship gain an automatic spot on the Center for Responsible Business’ Student Advisory Board. Additional benefits include close access and mentorship from our Senior Advisory Board, CRB Staff and Faculty, and donor Scott Pinkus.

 

CRB Fellowship Criteria and Application Information:

FTMBA students who are accepted into Haas will be automatically considered for the CRB fellowship – there is no additional application. We look for passion, leadership potential, a demonstrated commitment to corporate responsibility, and a career plan in mind that integrates social or environmental considerations in the business sector to address roadblocks to sustainability. Students being considered for the fellowship will receive notice around the beginning of May.

 

Meet Our 2019-2020 CRB Fellow


Lauren Taymor

MBA 21, CRB Fellow

The Center for Responsible Business is delighted to announce our newest fellow, Lauren Taymor, who will be joining Haas in the fall of 2019. With each year that passes, we grow even more excited to continue the tradition of the CRB fellowship which was founded to foster graduates that redefine standards of conventional business practices. With notions of sustainability always in mind, our fellows strive to make a strong social impact in their daily actions. Lauren is no different and has dedicated herself to working with companies that are passionate about renewable energy and worked diligently to further their goals.

Learn more about Lauren here.

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