Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) provides a roadmap, coaching, hard and soft skills, and door-opening relationships that transform high-potential minority talent into high-impact leaders. MLT’s MBA Prep Program prepares African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans to apply to major business schools and successfully navigate the corporate recruiting process once admitted. The MBA Prep experience includes two years of personalized coaching and five in-person seminars where participants enhance their skills and build relationships with business school admission officers and recruiters from 60+ top corporations and social sector organizations. In addition, Fellows receive mentoring from MLT alumni, participate in high-impact volunteer leadership activities, and connect with organizations which provide GMAT preparation. 99% of MLT Fellows were admitted to business school in 2012. MLT has been featured on CNN’s Black in America 2, on the cover of Fortune, on NPR, and in the Wall Street Journal and Businessweek.
To APPLY to the MBA Prep Program deadline rounds are:
Round 1 Deadline: October 27, 2013
Round 2 Deadline: December 1, 2013
Applications submitted by October 27, 2013 11:59 pm EST will be considered in Round 1. Those submitted after the Round 1 deadline will be considered in Round 2. The final application deadline is December 1, 2013 11:59 pm EST. Contact MLT MBA Prep for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featured Global Student Leader
Jessica Rush | MBA 2013 | MLT MBA Prep Fellow 2011
The impact MLT had on my life is immeasurable. I believe the awareness during the MLT process made me calm during my first year of business school. The relationships I made through MLT can be seen through ever area of my life. I met the admissions team of my school (and others) before even applying, I had invaluable personal career support from my MLT coach while applying for internships, and while on my internship I developed new relationships based on the MLT network being at every business school. I don’t think I could ever show enough appreciation for the positive influence MLT has made on my life.