The 2021 Social Impact Fellowship wrapped up on 17th of July with sessions on nonprofit leadership and impact measurement by Alex NG and Estella Huang Lung, an introduction to investing principals and thematic trends by Noriko Honda Chen & Jackson Hui (Capital Group), exploration of how emotions drive investment mistakes by Hans Liang (Pleiad Investment Advisors), and a practical guide to portfolio basics, compounding, and the rewards of investing early by Harold Kim (Neo Risk Investment Advisors).
Our Fellows highlighted budgeting and the benefits for investing early as lessons they could implement immediately and they thanked our speakers for the engaging and insightful presentations aimed at preparing them to be socially responsible leaders with the skills and understanding needed to lead impactful personal and professional lives.
Heartfelt thanks to:
About the Social Impact Fellowship
This year’s program designed to test the furture leader's assumptions about the power of personal financial decisions. Delivered over two Saturday mornings, the program covered the essential needs to build and manage a budget, understand market trends, avoid common investment mistakes, and make a realistic financial plan.
As in past years, the content is uniquely designed to convey college-level concepts with senior executives and Yale alumni as instructors. 2021 Fellows engaged with an EXTRAORDINARY line-up of speakers who donate their time and talent to make the learning both valuable and engaging!
The Social Impact Fellowship prepares high school students to be socially responsible leaders with the skills and understanding needed to lead impactful personal and professional lives. Initiated in 2018 as a four-week intensive summer program, Fellowship combines the best elements of enrichment, service learning, and internship to create an unparalleled learning experience for high school students interested in innovative solutions to important social issues. The program brings together CMF nonproﬁt leadership, Yale University’s model for student-led socially responsible investment (SRI), and the Hong Kong business community to give students hands-on experience and skills development in nonproﬁt leadership, investment management, and the ﬁeld of medicine.