The Latinx MBA Association strives to develop, empower, and advance Latinx leaders in business in order to create positive economic change for the U.S. Latinx community. We are a supportive network of Latinx MBA students, alumni, and allies to help build the MBA pipeline, create career advancement opportunities, and advocate for the broader U.S. Latinx community.
Johnson joined the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management in 2009 and continues to support its mission of enhancing diversity and inclusion in global business education and leadership. Consortium member schools, like Johnson, aim to reduce the significant underrepresentation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans among their enrollment and, therefore, among the global business landscape.
Any U.S. citizen or permanent resident who can demonstrate a commitment to The Consortium’s mission may apply for admission using The Consortium’s common application.
Learn more about The Consortium and The Consortium Family at Johnson.
Johnson partners with Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) to offer coaching and connections for African American, Latino/a, and Native American MBA candidates before they begin their MBA journeys. MLT’s 10-month MBA Prep program connects prospects with an MLT coach to help prepare a stronger MBA application. You’ll have access to MBA admissions officers, attend seminars, and receive GMAT guidance and support.
If you’ve been accepted to Johnson’s Two-Year MBA program, you’re eligible for MLT’s MBA Professional Development program. This 12-month, pre-MBA program will help you hit the ground running with coaching, access to top employers, and the chance to interview for internships three months before beginning your MBA curriculum.
Before you start your MBA, apply for MLT’s MBA Prep or MBA Professional Development program directly with Management Leadership for Tomorrow.
The Robert Toigo Foundation aims to advance the careers and leadership potential of underrepresented talent by creating opportunities for inclusion from the classroom to the boardroom. As education is a central part of Tiogo’s mission, the foundation awards fellowships to incoming MBAs who meet the criteria outlined above.
Since 1994, Johnson has welcomed Toigo Fellows who attend training sessions and receive leadership development resources, access to more than 1,300 minority MBA graduates working in finance, and a partial merit award. Combined with Johnson’s close community, Toigo Fellow alumni, and powerhouse finance faculty, fellows will graduate with the tools and support system needed to excel in the finance industry.
Accepted MBA students can apply for the Toigo MBA program here.
Students eligible for a Robert Toigo Foundation Fellowship must:
- identify as an underrepresented minority (U.S. citizen or permanent resident who is Black, Indigenous, or Latinx/Hispanic
- be accepted into a Two-Year MBA program
- plan to pursue a career in finance