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Achieving Good is about Outcomes       

Read this article on why you should always strive for outcomes and maximizing impact—and why good intentions aren’t good enough.


Regional Competitions

Register to observe at regionals now! Registration for observing teams will stay open until the week prior to the event. Need help prepping for competition? Would you like advice on perfecting your script or presentation? Don’t forget to contact your Regional Program Manager for assistance with preparing for competition! Click below to find out more or to register!


Deadline to apply is Monday, March 21st! - Only a few spots open

Please note that you must attend a school in upstate New York or New Jersey to be eligible for the pilot.

Enactus and BNY Mellon have partnered to develop and pilot a student workforce competency certification program. The purpose of the project is twofold:  (1) to develop and pilot a Workforce Competency Certification Model for Enactus students to strengthen their capacity to create and deploy higher quality projects that have sustainable impact and (2) to better prepare the students for successful careers.

Why join the pilot:

By increasing your skillset through this development program, you will be able to increase the quality of your Enactus projects and better position yourself for post-graduation employment.  Also, you will be able to assist Enactus in the development of the program for all future Enactus students.


Topic Competitions: 

Are you looking to showcase the impact of your projects with the chance to earn prize money? Topic Competitions are what you need and Impact Entries are due April 1st by 5:00 p.m. Central Time! A total of $90,000 will be awarded to the top projects submitted to these Topic Competitions.

Learn how to enter Topic Competitions. Contact Tiffany Haney ( if you have any questions or want to discuss your projects.

Project Partnership teams:

Final Impact Reports are due the second week in April. Final Impact Reports will be judged to determine the top teams to receive cash prizes and recognition at the 2016 National Exposition! All reports are due by 5:00 p.m. Central Time.

Sam's Club Step Up for Small Business: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Walmart Women's Economic Empowerment: Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Unilever Bright Future: Thursday, April 14, 2016
ADP Veteran Empowerment: Friday, April 15, 2016


Virtual Resume Review

CALLING ALL JUNIORS AND SENIORS…ADP will be holding a virtual resume review session on March 31!  This is a perfect time to chat with a real recruiter about resume format, structure, how to set yourself apart and how to list your Enactus experience.

The deadline to register is March 25th so don’t delay.  Click here to register.


Career Corner 

LinkedIn Connections: Let's Get Personal

Every week, we receive (and send) connection requests through LinkedIn. Next time you send a request, try and personalize the message instead of using the standard messaging (put yourself in the shoes of the person receiving the connection request).  Click here for more information and sample messages.


NACE Student Survey

Enactus US is partnering with NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) to learn how you are preparing for your career and what tools you’re using to position yourself as a top candidate in the job search.  Click here to take a short survey and you could win a $500 prize, just for sharing your views on the job-search process!


Career Marketplace 

Did you know there are 173 positions posted (159 full time, 3 part time and 11 internships) on the Career Marketplace? Click here for a list of jobs posted and be sure to check the site often as jobs expire and new ones are added daily.


How to Apply 

1. Register/login at (You must be registered on and approved by faculty advisor before Career Marketplace account is approved.)

2. Once approved, you'll be sent an email from (check spam/junk folder) with login information.

3. Then, create profile (5 minutes), upload resume (seconds) and apply for an awesome career.