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Diversity Programs

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Many programs are available to provide internship and other opportunities to aid diverse candidates. 

Career and Internship Programs

The Broad Center Residency: A two-year leadership development program that places participants into full-time high-level managerial positions in school districts and charter management organizations. The Residency is designed for individuals with an advanced degree, at least four years of work experience and a successful track record of leadership and/or management.

The Consortium: Join a growing and evolving alliance of some of the world’s leading graduate business schools and business organizations, fostering a network of the country’s best students, leading MBA programs and corporate partners, including Fortune 500 companies.

INROADS Internships: If you are focused on your future, possess the professional talent and passion necessary to succeed, and can commit to a rigorous self-development process, you may have what it takes to be an INROADS Intern.

JumpStart Advisory Group: Connecting highly qualified MBAs with employers in those fields committed to strengthening their businesses by improving their diversity and inclusion efforts.

MLT Career Prep: Everyone needs a job after college, and Career Prep puts you in a better position to be competitive in a tough job market.

NHBA Career Center: Find jobs, career advice, and NHBA Career Expo information, and sign up to receive their bimonthly career newsletter.

Point Foundation: Empowers promising lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential – despite the obstacles often put before them, through scholarships, mentoring, and internships.

The Riordan Programs: A pioneering career-based outreach program that motivates students and graduates from diverse backgrounds and under-served communities to consider and prepare for careers in management.

SEO Career Program: A summer internship program for talented students of color leading to full-time job offers. SEO grooms its interns to excel in the workplace and become leaders in their communities.

MBA Preparation Programs

Forté Foundation: A consortium of major corporations and top business schools, their MBALaunch for Women is a hands-on 10-month program that helps women navigate the MBA application process.

Graduate Horizons: A four-day crash-course for Native American college students (or graduates) in preparing for graduate school.

MLT MBA Prep: Prepares minority young professionals for the successful application to leading MBA programs via a 12-month course focusing on individual work-plan development and execution.

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