DIVERSITY MBA ADMISSIONS CONFERENCE
The Diversity MBA Conference (DMAC) connects talented, diverse and underrepresented MBA candidates to Top Business School Admissions Officers across the nation.
About the Event
Since 2002, RPAA has brought this unique event to the Los Angeles area in an effort to provide underserved and underrepresented talented candidates an opportunity to learn about the MBA degree and admissions process.
DMAC provides a personalized one-on-one interaction between MBA candidates and Admissions Officers.
This event not only educates candidates on the application process but also sheds light on each program's
unique values, culture and opportunities.
The carefully tailored candidate assignment process allows every participant to meet with their top choice schools.
The full day of programming includes group presentations, small breakout sessions and networking opportunities that provide a transformational experience in discovering which MBA program is the right fit for you.
It's time to finally accomplish those MBA and career goals!
Tickets are available now via Eventbrite
Saturday, July 25, 2020
8:00 am - 7:00 PM PDT
The Center at Cathedral Plaza
555 W. Temple St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Advantages of Attending DMAC
Meet Admissions Officers and Alumni from the top MBA programs face-to-face during roundtable sessions - 6 participants per table
Get application tips directly from Admissions Officers
Workshops and panel discussions focused on making you a competitive candidate for a top MBA program
Learn about scholarship, fellowship and grant opportunities
Limited number of attendees means not having to fight for attention from Admission Officers like other MBA fairs
Network with other MBA candidates who may become future classmates
2019 Attending Business Schools
Carnegie Mellon: Tepper School of Business
Columbia Business School
Cornell University: The Johnson School of Management
Dartmouth College: Tuck School of Business
Duke University: The Fuqua School of Business
Emory University: Goizueta Business School
Georgetown University: McDonough School of Business
Harvard Business School
Indiana University: Kelley School of Business
Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Sloan School of Management
New York University: Stern School of Business
Northwestern University: Kellogg School of Management
Stanford Graduate School of Business
University of California, Berkeley: Haas School of Business
University of California, Los Angeles: Anderson School of Management
University of Chicago: Booth School of Business
University of Michigan: Ross School of Business
University of Notre Dame: Mendoza College of Business
University of Pennsylvania: The Wharton School
University of Southern California: Marshall School of Business
University of Texas at Austin: McCombs School of Business
University of Virginia: Darden School of Business
University of Washington: Foster School of Business
Yale School of Management
Saturday Business Academy, an enrichment program designed to prepare underserved Los Angeles high school students each year with the skills and confidence to pursue higher education and become future business leaders.Proceeds from DMAC benefit RPAA's
Our Past Sponsors
The Consortium, the nation's largest diversity network, links top-tier students, MBA programs and corporate partners, providing merit-based scholarships.
Prodigy Finance provides postgraduate loans for international students to attend top schools. These loans are funded by a community of qualified investors.
Menlo Coaching is an MBA admissions consultant providing services across all stage of an MBA application: school selection, candidate positioning, essays, application forms, resumes, recommendations, interview prep and post-interview reflection.
The EMPOWERgmat System provides students with the best GMAT preparation classes online. The to-the-point course is built on exclusive secrets about how the GMAT really works and contains the world's largest GMAT training video library.