Southern Illinois University Carbondale Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
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Egyptian19690213Consortium.tif
Egyptian19690213Consortium.tif
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptConsortium spotlights Negroes in business
C. WUUam Emory of ibe Consortium for Graduate Siudy In Bualneaa for Negroes, will Imerview Negro men Int¬ erested In obtaining a master of business admlnlstrailon de¬ gree, at Ihe SIU Placement Office from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 21.
The MBA program of study will normally require two ac¬ ademic years and two aum- mors. The first summer Is designed to provide ihc stu¬ dem with an opportunity to obtain work experience or commence his graduate stu¬ dios or enhance his skills. Each student will normally spend the second summer be¬ tween the two academic years participating In a bualncsa Internahip In the employ of 3nc of the more than 60 cor¬
porations which support the Consortium.
The Consortium Is a pro¬ gram designed to hasten tbe cniry of Negro men into man¬ agerial positions In business and Is sponsored by the grad¬ uate schools of business of Indiana University, Univer¬ sity of Rochesier, Unlveralty of Southern California, Wash* Ington University and Uni¬ versity of Wisconsin.
Each man admitted to tbe program will receive a fel¬ lowship of $2, 500 a year for living and personal expenses, plus paid lufiion.
An apnllcant must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or receive the (fegrce prior to entry Into che MBA program. Prior study In the fields oi business or economics is not necessary for admission to this pro¬ gram.
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