WHARTON MBAs ARE INVITED TO JOIN
PRO BONO CONSULTING PROJECTS
Compass recruits, trains, and supports teams of business professionals who provide pro bono services to their nonprofit clients.
“Leading a team of business professionals from different generations, who come together from vastly different employers, to help highly receptive non-profits is a privilege. It’s a unique and very rewarding experience!” – Project Leader, Wharton MBA
“Compass provides everything you need to successfully manage a consulting team that delivers high quality work—Compass makes it easy for Project Leaders to step in and enjoy conducting the orchestra!” — Project Leader, Wharton MBA
Compass’ Nonprofit Clients 2022-23
ArtStream | Breakthrough Montessori Public Charter School
Byte Back | City Kids Wilderness Project | DC SCORES | Friendship Place
Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, DC | Hope for Henry | Institute for Public Health Innovation
Joseph's House | Levine Music | Manna | Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project | The MusicianShip
Neighborhood Design Center | Oasis Community Partners | Pathways to Housing DC
Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities | United Planning Organization
Full project descriptions can be found on the Compass website.
VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSIONS: Learn how the Compass program works, how volunteers are selected and matched to projects, and what you can expect from the experience.
COMMITMENT: Project Leaders on average spend four to six hours per week on their Compass project from late September through May. Team Members typically spend three hours per week from late October through May.
VOLUNTEER APPLICATION DEADLINES: Learn more and apply here.
- Project Leader Deadline: September 13 at 5:00 p.m.
- Team Member Deadline: October 3 at 5:00 p.m.
QUESTIONS? Please contact Tonya Miles, Program Director