San Francisco, California
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1st Annual SF Riordan Mixer
Making the Connections: Business School and Beyond
From L.A. to the Bay - On Thursday, March 21st, The Riordan Programs Alumni Association (RPAA) makes its way up to Northern California to host the 1st Northern California Diversity Mixer. Join over 100 business professionals and alumni from some of Northern California’s top business schools for a night of networking.
What: Northern California Diversity Mixer
When: Thursday, March 21, 2013, 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: Laszlo Bar - 2526 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Tickets: General Admission $10 (online) and Late Admission $15 (door)
Attire: Business Casual
Join over 100 professionals from around Northern California and business students and alumni from some of the area’s top programs for an evening of networking. Hear from special guest speakers: Erin Kellerhals, Senior Associate Director of Admissions and Eric Abrams, Director of Diversity Initiatives from the Haas School of Business at Berkeley and Roxanne Mendez, Executive Director of The Riordan Programs.
Come learn about educational opportunities, make connections for business school and beyond.
Enter to win a free ticket to attend the 11th Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC) in Los Angeles. DMAC is an annual event at UCLA that connects talented diverse, underrepresented and underserved candidates who wish to pursue a degree in business with Admissions Directors at top-tier business school.
Learn more at: http://www.riordanalumni.com/programs/dmac/
Parking: Valet Parking is available for $10.00 outside of the restaurant or parking is available in the parking structure located between Mission and Valencia off of 21st Street. Price may vary.
This event is being hosted by The Riordan Programs Alumni Association in partnership with The Riordan Programs.
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Riordan Programs Alumni Association
Started in 2000, the Riordan Programs Alumni Association (RPAA) provides graduates of the Riordan Programs an extension of their professional, educational and personal leadership development through collaborative efforts to develop tomorrow's leaders and serve the community. The RPAA achieves these goals through its two flagship initiatives: The Saturday Business Academy (SBA), a program designed to prepare traditionally disadvantaged and underserved high school students with the skills and academic guidance necessary to become future business leaders. And, through the annual Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC), held every summer where the nation’s top business schools seek to recruit talented candidates from underrepresented backgrounds. Learn more about the RPAA at www.riordanalumni.com