Consortium welcomes Washington’s Foster School of Business

University of Washington’s Michael G. Foster School of Business is the 20th top MBA program in the country to join The Consortium in promoting diversity and inclusion in business education and corporate leadership. Learn more →

Consortium welcomes Rice University as 19th member school

We’ve followed five students from the class of 2018 from the start to the end of their business school experience with The Consortium. Get a taste of what it’s like from an insider. Learn more →

Writing the MBA essays in your application

“It also really set home the value of the organization. I’m forever appreciative of the opportunity the Consortium gave me.” Learn more →

Facilitating mid-career moves for experienced alumni

Meet Brian Wesley and learn more about how The Consortium is working with our corporate partners to pair them with experienced members of our community. Learn more

Merit-Based Fellowship

Since 1966, we have offered more than $390 million in fellowships to the best and brightest MBA students in the country. We have programs that cover full tuition and mandatory fees for two years of full-time study (Emory also offers a one-year program).

The Orientation Program

As a Consortium fellow, you’ll connect with other incoming students from 19 top MBA programs, along with leaders from our corporate partners, at the Annual Orientation Program & Career Forum.

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The Pride of Accomplishment

As a Consortium Fellow, you’ll make connections that will serve you throughout your career.

Update Your Resumé

Log in to CGSM Online to keep your resumé updated throughout your membership and beyond.

Job and Internship Opportunities

Connections with our corporate partners mean you’ll get early and direct access to key job and internship opportunities to build your career.

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Constant Updates

The Consortium’s blog will bring you up to date with the latest issues facing underrepresented minorities in the workplace, as well as news about The Consortium community.

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Support The Consortium

Your Annual Fund gifts are a major funding source for our fellowships, and we thank you for your ongoing support. Help us increase the numbers of underrepresented minorities in  American business.

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Make an Investment

We offer a range of partnership levels to help you show your organization’s commitment to diversity.

Recruit Top Talent

As a corporate partner, you’ll have many chances to network with and hire the next generation of leaders from the country’s top MBA programs.

Consortium News:

Dreamforce 2018

Have you heard of Salesforce? I’m sure you have. It’s a cloud-based CRM software company founded nearly 20 years ago with over 30,000 employees and revenue and assets totaling in the billions. Salesforce was ranked first in Fortune’s 100 Best…

Read more on the blog →

Upcoming Events:

  • CGSM: Building a Strong Application (Webinar)

    7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    This session will discuss the different components of The Consortium application and offer strategies on how to make yourself a strong and successful business school applicant for The Consortium.

  • UCLA Anderson’s Diversity Weekend

    All Day

    At UCLA Anderson, we understand the value that diversity brings to our program and to our students’ lives well beyond the MBA. Anderson welcomes people with divergent experiences and diverse backgrounds to help foster a culture of understanding beyond ourselves. We strive to open dialogue and to continue building a community of thoughtful leaders. Join us for an elevated conversation about intersecting identities. Experience firsthand how UCLA Anderson empowers the next leaders in business. The future is you.

    UCLA Anderson School of Management Los Angeles California

  • WashU Business Diversity Weekend

    All Day

    At Washington University, we value the perspectives of individuals from all walks of life and the richness they bring to our classrooms as well as our campus. Seeing how that diversity comes to life is important to you. And your future classmates.