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Los Angeles Diversity Mixer
The premiere event for young professionals in Southern California looking to seek new career opportunities and expand their professional networks.
One step closer to your dream job!
The Riordan Programs Alumni Association (RPAA) welcomes you to its 8th Annual Los Angeles Diversity Mixer (LADM). Meet with Fortune 500 companies in: finance, consulting, entertainment, marketing, technology, manufacturing and non-profit. This event is a unique opportunity for diverse young professionals across Southern California to expand their professional network and meet recruiters from prominent companies looking to hire diverse candidates.
Proceeds from LADM will be used to support RPAA's high school mentorship program: Saturday Business Academy, which prepares over 100 underserved Los Angeles high school students each year with the skills and academic guidance to pursue higher education and become future business leaders.
Join us for what will be a fantastic networking event among professionals while fundraising for a great cause!
Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cash bar will be provided
RPAA Opening Remarks
Parking will be a flat rate $7 with validation.
Enter the parking structure at: 646 S. Olive Street Los Angeles, CA 90014
(right next to the Athletic Club)
Take the elevator down to the first floor.
Exit the elevator and make a quick left into the Los Angeles Athletic Club.
Tell the Greeter desk that you are attending the RPAA Los Angeles Diversity Mixer.
Take the club elevator to the 3rd floor of the building.
Enter the Olympic Lounge for registration.
2016 Confirmed Recruiters:
For an updated list of recruiters, please visit our RPAA website.
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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