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Women make up 27 percent of Broad’s student population. Many unique opportunities are available to female students, and their contributions make a positive impact on the school’s reputation.

The Broad School has a strong network of present and future women business leaders. Our alumnae are committed and eager to help you maximize your MBA experience and build equity in your own career path and advancement.

Several organizations offer you the chance to learn from peers and alumni, fine-tune your leadership skills, and attend events that address issues faced by women in business.

Broad Women MBAs Association

The Broad Women MBAs Association is a chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA). The association provides opportunities to hone professional skills and build relationships beyond the classroom with students, faculty, alumni, and business leaders through Women MBA Association Events and activities such as the NAWMBA National Conference and Career Fair, professional workshops, and social events. You may also take part in an internship exchange as well as community events, including the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

Contact the MSU Women MBA Association to learn more!

Women’s Resource Center

The Women’s Resource Center is your first point of contact for women’s issues and information at MSU. It provides resources to departments, offices, and academic disciplines across campus and focuses on such issues as leadership, social justice, and personal development.

Women in Business Students’ Association

The Women in Business Students’ Association provides a professional development forum for students of all majors. It focuses on helping members to work collectively toward career development in their chosen fields.

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