Improve Yourself

Learn CORE Skills for Success

Impact Our Community

Build Local Expertise

Change the World

Design Big, Bold, Audacious Solutions

The Kravis Lab for Social Impact is a resource for students, faculty, and other members of the CMC community who are interested in improving the lives of people around the globe. Through creativity, collaboration, and courage, students at the Kravis Lab affect positive, sustainable social impact. The Kravis Lab has three major objectives:  helping students develop the Core Skills for Success in college and in life; engaging with and building capacity of non-profit and social profit organizations to help solve problems in our local community; and equipping students with the tools and support they need to be social entrepreneurs and innovators launching initiatives that will solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.

Improve Yourself

Learn CORE Skills for Success

Impact Our Community

Build Local Expertise

Change the World

Design Big, Bold, Audacious Solutions

The Kravis Lab for Social Impact is a resource for students, faculty, and other members of the CMC community who are interested in improving the lives of people around the globe. Through creativity, collaboration, and courage, students at the Kravis Lab effect positive, sustainable social impact. The Kravis Lab has three major objectives:  helping students develop the Core Skills for Success in college and in life; engaging with and building capacity of non-profit and social profit organizations to help solve problems in our local community; and equipping students with the tools and support they need to be social entrepreneurs and innovators launching initiatives that will solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.

News and Events

  • Recognizing Unconscious Bias and Helping Folks “Be More”
    December 6, 2018 Group picture with Anurag Gupta, CEO & Founder of Be More America In my house, you don’t question adults. You listen and you agree. I think that worked just fine for me because I didn’t like to ask a lot of questions anyway. But when we don’t ask ques [...]
  • “Weird Enough” to Make a Difference: Combating Media Misrepresentation one Cartoon at a Time
    November 22, 2018 Tony Weaver Jr., CEO of Weird Enough Productions, at explaining how he gets across his narrative. When Pixar Animation Studios released Coco last Thanksgiving break, my mother and I shared a heartwarming experience. We went to the movies like your average American family for t [...]
  • A Journey told from End to Beginning: Lessons in Failure, Inspiration and Success
    November 8, 2018 Leonard Medlock, CEO of Playback Worldwide, ponders how to begin to tell his story. Kravis Lab hosted Leonard Medlock for the “Dinner with World Changers” series. The dinner brings students together to learn from some of the world’s most innovative social [...]
  • Personal Tragedy Spurs Revolution in the Pharmaceutical Field
    November 1, 2018 When I was thirteen, my father was in between jobs, and the transitional period affected my family’s health insurance coverage. During this period, I underwent a medical procedure and needed a few prescriptions to aid in my recovery. Without insurance, my medication total [...]
  • Hacking it up with Zach Latta
    October 18, 2019 Zach Latta with CMC Professor Jeho Park and two local high school students. A mother walks into the living room to find her 6-year-old son disassembling her computer, with a genuine intention to figure out how it all works. At the age of 7, the boy created his first website, an [...]

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