Join Net Impact

We're excited you're interesting in joining Net Impact UMass Amherst! By joining, you are not only gaining access to opportunities here in the Pioneer Valley, but also the resources available through the national organization.  You can find a list of many of the benefits of joining below.


If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.   


Benefits of Joining Net Impact UMass Amherst

  • Become part of a local community that shares your interests. Net Impact is a great way to build current and future relationships with like-minded graduate students in the Pioneer Valley.
  • Network with important members of the local and state community, including leaders of area businesses, non-profits, and government.
  • Participate in local chapter initiatives (such as Board Fellows and Service Corps) and help organize events that suit your own interests.
  • Hone your management and leadership skills by becoming a Net Impact UMass Amherst leader.
  • Receive frequent updates and information on area events that may be of interest.
  • Build experience (and your resume) in an area of increasing importance to businesses around the world. 


Benefits of Joining Net Impact Central


  • Access career resources and hundreds of job and internship posting on Net Impact's job boards.
  • Use the Net Impact career management tools including career advising and a proprietary online Career Connections program.


  • Deepen your knowledge by participating in a wide variety of teleconferences and webinars, including "Issues in Depth" conference calls with senior executives in a variety of fields.
  • Attend the annual conference at a special discounted rate and hear from international leaders in business and sustainability.


  • Access Net Impact's global network of over 30,000 members, speakers, and career advisors
  • Join Net Impact's proprietary Career Connections social networking platform to build relationships with future business leaders around the globe.


Interested in joining us? Please contact Net Impact UMass Amherst President Trista Ristvedt at