What We Do
Georgetown University’s Center for Social Impact Communication is a research and action center dedicated to increasing social impact through the power of marketers, communicators, fundraisers and journalists working together. As part of the University’s School of Continuing Studies, the Center accomplishes its mission of educating and inspiring practitioners and students through applied research, graduate courses, community collaborations and thought leadership.
How We Do It
Discover how our applied research comes to life through action-oriented programs and offerings that work across functional areas, sectors and human strengths.
The Center inspires practitioners and graduate students to define their purpose so they can create impact within their organizations and for our global community.
Donated Pro-Bono Services
Cause Consultants Trained
Through courses and projects, our graduate students have provided 100K hours of pro-bono service worth $12M to socially oriented organizations across sectors. And the numbers keep growing.
Social impact practitioners across the globe have become strategic storytellers thanks to our signature research and trainings.
We’ve built a global community of integrated changemakers through our signature graduate course, Cause Consulting, offered by Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies.
We’re researchers, educators and strategists who believe that igniting the joint power of marketers, communicators, fundraisers and journalists leads to great results.
From Our Magazine
The Blur shares actionable insights from social impact thinkers at Georgetown University and beyond.
by Heather Weathers Introduction It’s no surprise that marketing methods have increasingly focused attention on digital marketing ...
by Shaun Adamec Meet people where they are. That common, consultant-driven mantra has been the prevailing wisdom driving organizational
by Thomas Cieslak It’s there, sitting on the shelf just waiting for the right time. Times are good and your nonprofit’s crisis ...
by H.E. James Nonprofit work is not all sunshine and rainbows. Many NGOs are responsible for managing public health crises, natural ...
by Miller Hollingsworth Follow along with me here. You work for a nonprofit. You’re sending emails to keep your volunteers, donors, and
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