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16th Annual Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC)

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What is DMAC?
The Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC) is an annual event in Los Angeles that connects top-tier business schools with talented, diverse and underrepresented candidates who wish to pursue a business degree. The conference allows attendees to interact directly with Admissions Officers from the country’s top business schools and learn about the admissions process, strengths of each school's curriculum and their respective student culture. The conference has continuously helped connect and place participants with top-tier MBA programs.

What's in it for you?
6 roundtable sessions with Admissions Officers from top MBA programs
Connect with 200+ high-achieving professionals at our networking reception
Learn from those who were once in your shoes in the MBA alumni panel
Gain valuable insight directly from admissions teams in the Info Sessions
Get tips on creating your personal brand in the post-event web workshop
Enjoy a complimentary lunch while networking with your peers
Have the opportunity to win our grand raffle prize

The Advantages of Attending the DMAC:
Meet Admissions Officers and alumni from the top MBA programs face-to-face during roundtable sessions - 6 participants per table
Get admissions guidance directly from Admissions Officers
Workshops and panel discussions focusing on making you a top candidate
Learn about scholarship, fellowship and grant opportunities
Limited number of attendees so you do not have to compete with hundreds of other people

Attending Business Schools
Anderson at UCLA
Booth School of Business at University of Chicago
Columbia Business School
Darden School of Business at University of Virginia
Foster School of Business at University of Washington
Fuqua School of Business
Goizueta Emory Business School
Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley
Harvard Business School
Johnson at Cornell University
Jones Graduate School of Management at Rice
Kellogg School of Management
Marshall School of Business at USC
McCombs School of Business at University of Texas
McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University ​
Mendoza School of Business at Notre Dame University
Ross School of Business- University of Michigan
Sloan School of Management at MIT
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stern School of Business at NYU
Tepper School of Business
The Wharton School at UPenn
Tuck School of Business
Yale School of Management

REGISTER NOW! SPACE IS LIMITED
Assignment to MBA round table sessions are based on order of registration.
Sign up early and get first pick on your top schools.

Search DMAC2018 on eventbrite!
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New post 03 Aug 2018, 10:47
Just wanted to bump this topic, since DMAC is, by far, the BEST MBA admissions event I have ever attended (and it's my job to attend admissions events!)

OTHER admissions events will have you trying to politely yet assertively jostle for a few seconds of face-time with an admissions officer.....NOT DMAC!

At DMAC, you will get to sit down in SMALL GROUPS with AdCom members from TOP b-schools --> school assignments are handed out on a first-come, first serve basis, so sign up ASAP!

Also, I'll be attending the event (not that THIS is the main draw, ha ha, but... still...) so you can stop by my table and ask me questions about admissions, ApplicantLab, etc.

I strongly urge all diversity candidates in the LA area (and even those not in the LA area -- c'mon, haven't you heard of Southwest? ;) ) to attend!

Register HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/16th-annual-diversity-mba-admissions-conference-tickets-47520195183


See you there!!!!


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itsbrittg wrote:
What is DMAC?
The Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC) is an annual event in Los Angeles that connects top-tier business schools with talented, diverse and underrepresented candidates who wish to pursue a business degree. The conference allows attendees to interact directly with Admissions Officers from the country’s top business schools and learn about the admissions process, strengths of each school's curriculum and their respective student culture. The conference has continuously helped connect and place participants with top-tier MBA programs.

What's in it for you?
6 roundtable sessions with Admissions Officers from top MBA programs
Connect with 200+ high-achieving professionals at our networking reception
Learn from those who were once in your shoes in the MBA alumni panel
Gain valuable insight directly from admissions teams in the Info Sessions
Get tips on creating your personal brand in the post-event web workshop
Enjoy a complimentary lunch while networking with your peers
Have the opportunity to win our grand raffle prize

The Advantages of Attending the DMAC:
Meet Admissions Officers and alumni from the top MBA programs face-to-face during roundtable sessions - 6 participants per table
Get admissions guidance directly from Admissions Officers
Workshops and panel discussions focusing on making you a top candidate
Learn about scholarship, fellowship and grant opportunities
Limited number of attendees so you do not have to compete with hundreds of other people

Attending Business Schools
Anderson at UCLA
Booth School of Business at University of Chicago
Columbia Business School
Darden School of Business at University of Virginia
Foster School of Business at University of Washington
Fuqua School of Business
Goizueta Emory Business School
Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley
Harvard Business School
Johnson at Cornell University
Jones Graduate School of Management at Rice
Kellogg School of Management
Marshall School of Business at USC
McCombs School of Business at University of Texas
McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University ​
Mendoza School of Business at Notre Dame University
Ross School of Business- University of Michigan
Sloan School of Management at MIT
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stern School of Business at NYU
Tepper School of Business
The Wharton School at UPenn
Tuck School of Business
Yale School of Management

REGISTER NOW! SPACE IS LIMITED
Assignment to MBA round table sessions are based on order of registration.
Sign up early and get first pick on your top schools.

Search DMAC2018 on eventbrite!

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