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19th Annual Diversity MBA Admissions Conference

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DMAC connects talented, diverse and underrepresented MBA candidates to Top Business School Admissions Officers across the nation.

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What is DMAC?

The Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC) is an annual event that connects top-tier business schools with talented, diverse and underrepresented candidates who wish to pursue a business degree. To increase accessibility and accommodate the needs of our community, this year's DMAC will be hosted on Hopin, a Zoom-like software that replicates the in-person event experiences as closely as possible.

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?

  • Breakout sessions with Admissions Officers from top MBA programs
  • 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

The Advantages of Attending DMAC:

  • Meet Admissions Officers and alumni from the top MBA programs
  • Get admissions guidance directly from Admissions Officers
  • Workshops and panel discussions focusing on making you a top candidate
  • Learn about scholarships, fellowship and grant opportunities
  • Limited number of attendees so you do not have to compete with hundreds of other people

Previously Attending Business Schools

Anderson School of Management 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 at Duke University

Goizueta Emory Business School

Graduate School of Business at Stanford University

Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley

Harvard Business School

Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University

Kelley School of Business at Indiana University

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

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 at University of Michigan

Sloan School of Management at MIT

Stern School of Business at NYU

Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

Yale School of Management

AND MORE!

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.

Presented and Sponsored by:

#DMAC2021 #RiordanAlumni

Event Proceeds

Proceeds from DMAC benefit RPAA's 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.

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Organizer Riordan Programs Alumni Association

Organizer of 19th Annual Diversity MBA Admissions Conference

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

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