educationHere is a comprehensive list of organizations that the NBMBAA have aligned with to provide help and information to those who are looking into selecting a college to attend, seeks out help in the workforce, and other important services.


MBA Highway
MBA Highway is a comprehensive niche job board and career resource website exclusively for MBA students, MBA professionals, and employers, recruiters and HR and talent professionals seeking MBA-level job candidates. Visit our website to post new MBA-level job opportunities or search for jobs and internships and benefit from our online career resources. MBA Highway’s job search engines are an invaluable asset to top-earning job seekers in sales, marketing, finance, human resources, law, technology, operations, and all other business fields across all industries. MBA Highway brings together MBAs and MBA employers into a single community for mutual career benefit and success.

The PhD Project
Since 1994, The PhD Project has more than tripled the number of minority business school professors…from 294 to over 960. These individuals are inspiring and encouraging a new generation of business professionals. Click here to learn more about our fifteen years of achievements, real insights on the journey to a PhD degree and the professors who are making a big impact.

The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management
The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management is the country’s preeminent organization for promoting diversity and inclusion in American business. Through an annual competition, The Consortium awards merit-based, full-tuition fellowships to America’s best and brightest candidates. In conjunction with our member schools, sponsoring companies, and our elite group of MBA students and alumni, The Consortium has built a forty year legacy of fostering inclusion and changing the ethnic and cultural face of American business.

The Graduate Management Admissions Council
www.gmac.com and www.mba.com
The Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®) is the association of leading graduate business schools around the world.  GMAC meets the needs of business schools and students through a wide array of products, services, and programs and serves as a primary resource of research and information about quality graduate management education.

Society of Financial Education and Professional Development
The primary mission of this non-profit organization is to enhance the level of financial and economic literacy of individuals and households in the United States and promote professional development at the initial stage of career development and mid-level management.

LEAD
A national partnership of America’s top corporations and business schools, the Leadership Education and Development Program in Business (LEAD) is at the forefront of building a talented and diverse workforce ready for the business environment.

By encouraging outstanding high school juniors from diverse backgrounds to pursue careers in business, LEAD is inspiring a new generation of business leaders.

HBCU Connect
HBCUConnect.com is the largest community of students, graduates, recruits and fans of Historically Black Colleges and universities. Featuring blogs, profiles, college listings and more…

Ten School Diversity Alliance
Email: pjennett@hbs.edu

Bell Curves LLC
Bell Curves is an educational services and test preparation company. It delivers high-quality consulting services, test preparation programs, and self-study resources to students throughout the country. Our mission is to provide affordable, accessible, and adaptable programs and services to help individuals and organizations reach the next educational level.

BoardnetUSA
boardnetUSA™ is the unique website revolutionizing the way nonprofit boards and new leaders find each other.

NBMBAA® Joins With the National Black United Federation of Charities
The National Black MBA Association® is a participating member of The National Black United Federation of Charities under the Combined Federal Campaign Program, which provides opportunity for federal employees and active duty military to contribute to charitable organizations.

You can help by first accessing the National Black United Federation of Charities and selecting #12531 for the National Black MBA Association, and by asking your friends and family that are federal employees and military personnel to do the same. Contributions from this program will help support the NBMBAA Leaders of Tomorrow® youth mentoring program and Scholarship programs.