Vanderbilt University Is the Latest Partner of Management Leadership for Tomorrow

MLTManagement Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) is partnering with the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, in a program to prepare Black and other minority MBA students for success in the business world.

Under the partnership, MLT will help recruit minority MBA students to Vanderbilt. Then, MLT will provide these students with skills and tools needed to be successful in business school and in the corporate arena.

Under the program minority MBA students will be provided with one-on-one coaching, attend workshops and “boot camps,” and have access to a network of more than 4,000 mentors and executives.

MLT has had developed similar partnerships with other top business schools including Harvard, Stanford, and the University of Pennsylvania. The nonprofit organization says that 92 percent of the minority students who participate in the program describe the experience as “life-changing.”

Below is a video describing the MLT program.

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