At MSU, we are more than the sum of our parts. Our diverse community challenges us to share our own ideas while considering other points of view. Here, student diversity is an asset. It makes us better learners, teachers, scholars, employees and community members.
Global companies look for leaders who are able to unite people in a common goal. A diverse student population brings together the necessary perspectives to solve today’s global business issues. Here are Broad College’s partners in supporting diversity.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to increase the presence of qualified students of color in leading entry-level careers and major graduate schools of business in preparation for leadership positions in corporations, nonprofit organizations, and entrepreneurial ventures.
Michigan State University partners with MLT to help realize our diversity goals. We are proud of this relationship and welcome MLT fellows to apply to our program. Learn more about MSU & MLT. Read a MLT fellows testimonial.
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) is a professional MBA business network that promotes economic and philanthropic advancement. Among its goals is enhancing career management opportunities for Hispanic MBAs from school to leadership positions, through job placement and world-class professional development.
MSU is a member of NSHMBA’s University Partner Program, which aids in the recruitment of Hispanic students to Broad College, and provides financial assistance to qualified Hispanic MBA students through scholarships, fellowships and assistantships.
The Forté Foundation is a consortium of major corporations and top business schools that are committed to educating and directing talented women toward leadership roles in business. Michigan State University is a proud sponsor of the Forté Foundation. View current Forte Fellows.