San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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2012 DMAC - Agenda (subject to change)
9:00-9:10AM Opening Address – Candidates Only
(School Reps Meet in separate room until 8:55)
9:10-9:55AM Interactive Candidate Prep
10:00-10:25AM Welcome & Introductions
10:25-11:15AM The Riordan Programs Address & Keynote Speech
11:15-11:30AM A Word from our Sponsors
11:45AM-1:00PM Admissions Workshop
1:00-2:00PM Networking Lunch
Roundtable Session I - 2:00-2:25PM
Roundtable Session II - 2:30-2:55PM
Roundtable Session III - 3:00-3:25PM
Roundtable Session IV - 3:30-3:55PM
3:55PM-4:00PM - Closing Address
4:00-5:00PM - Information Booths
The DMAC - What is it ?
The Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC) is an annual conference that connects talented underrepresented candidates who wish to pursue a degree in management with the top business schools in the country.
The conference allows attendees to connect with MBA Admissions Directors from the country's top business schools, learn about the MBA Admissions process and the relative strengths of the attending business school's curriculum and student culture.
What's in it for you?
• Create personal relationships with Admissions Officers from over 20 of that nation's top business schools including Stanford, Harvard and Wharton
• Workshops and panels with Admissions Officers focusing on how to distinguish yourself as a top candidate
• MBA roundtables led by Admissions Officers for you to get your questions answered in a more intimate setting so that you can be better prepared for the application and interview process. (Only 10 participants per table with an Admissions Officer!)
• The conference is limited to 200 attendees - Most MBA Conferences are held at convention centers where
thousands of prospects are bombarding a handful of admissions officers!
• Lunch Provided
Early Registration Benefits!
Assignments to MBA round table sessions are based on order of registration. (Harvard, Stanford, and Wharton tables fill up quickly so the sooner you sign up, the more likely you are to sit at their tables). Sign up early and get first pick on your top schools
Most MBA events are held at convention centers where thousands of prospects are bombarding a handful of Admissions Directors. DMAC provides attendees with the opportunity to build personal relationships with Admissions Directors from the top business schools across the nation!
Participating Schools This Year Include:
Columbia Business School
Darden Graduate School of Business Administration – UVA
Fuqua School of Business – Duke
Haas School of Business - UC Berkeley
Harvard Business School
Indiana University, Bloomington (Kelley School of Business)
The Johnson School - Cornell University
Kellogg School of Management – Northwestern University
McCombs School of Business - University of Texas, Austin
MIT - Sloan School of Management
Ross School of Business - University of Michigan
Rutgers Business School
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stern School of Business - New York University
Tepper School of Business - Carnegie Mellon University
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
UCLA Anderson School of Management
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
USC Marshall School of Business
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Yale School of Management
Attire: Business Formal
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When & Where
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