The Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP) was founded to help philanthropists make the biggest difference possible with their charitable investments. Over a decade later, the Center has earned a reputation as the premier academic research center dedicated to teaching how to analyze social impact and invest in high impact philanthropy opportunities. Enrolling now for our October cohort
CHIP’s High Impact Philanthropy Academy builds on over ten years of helping funders and grantmakers worldwide achieve greater social impact. Our flagship program this year is being offered online for individual donors, grantmakers, foundation trustees, foundation executive directors/CEOs and other philanthropic leaders who are eager to create more social impact with their giving. The ideal participant has ongoing direct experience with philanthropy.
In this class, students will experience hands-on learning about social policy through podcasting. Students will work collaboratively as a newsroom to produce three episodes of the new SP2 podcast, “Just Economics”, with Ioana Marinescu and Kat Rosqueta. The podcast explores what we actually know about how policies and labor markets work, including the science behind job creation and unemployment insurance.
CHIP’s inaugural Advising for Impact certificate program is designed to lay the foundation for professionals seeking to incorporate social and philanthropic impact into their wealth advising practice. Successful students will be professionals who manage client resources and serve in a strategic advisory capacity to their clients, including wealth advisors and staff at family offices and private banks.
The Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP)’s team members teach and lecture in courses at the School of Social Policy & Practice, Wharton, and the Perelman School of Medicine, among others.
Members of our team serve as keynote and other featured speakers, moderators, and panelists for a wide range of events. For our current speaking fees, please contact email@example.com or call 215-573-7266. Examples include:
Workshops and webinars are often designed in collaboration with a key partner such as a philanthropic network or wealth advisory firm. Custom engagements are scoped and priced based on the goals and required timing of the project. For more information on these program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Examples include: