Simon Business School is a proud and longstanding member of The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, an alliance of 18 of the country’s top business schools and corporations that seek to promote diversity and inclusion in American business. Simon was the fourth business school to join over 40 years ago, which serves as a testament to our deep-rooted commitment to diversity.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) is a national non-profit organization that has made ground-breaking progress developing the next generation of African American, Hispanic, and Native American leaders in major corporations, non-profit organizations, and entrepreneurial ventures. The mission of MLT’s MBA preparation program is to help young professionals apply successfully to leading graduate business schools. During a 12-month period, culminating in their application submissions, participants receive one-on-one coaching from experienced MLT staff and current and former MBA admissions officers, and attend seminars focusing on key elements of the application process. Specific areas of emphasis include GMAT preparation, individual work-plan development and execution to address perceived strengths and weaknesses, school research and selection, industry research and career guidance, writing skills, interviewing skills, financial planning, and application/essay strategy.
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) is the premier Hispanic business organization dedicated to building and advancing Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development.. This important partnership with colleges and universities across the United States works to increase the number of Hispanic students completing bachelor’s and master’s degrees. The participating universities make financial assistance possible for outstanding students. Simon offers a partial scholarship and recognition to an outstanding candidate each year.
Simon offers a variety of student-run organizations that share the common goal of promoting unity among the School’s diverse student body. These clubs include: