The Stanford Graduate School of Business believes a diverse class is one of our strongest assets and one of our greatest teaching tools. Our diversity clubs and events are a vital component of the MBA experience and facilitate networking, mentoring relationships, and foster a strong community among our students and the broader GSB community.
The Diversity Fund’s mission is to provide companies and foundations with opportunities to support a student body that comes from diverse backgrounds. By participating in key programs for both prospective and enrolled students, supporting student conferences and events, and being engaged on campus, you increase your company’s visibility with students while demonstrating your support for diversity.
- $25,000 – GSB Diversity Partner
This is an exclusive opportunity reserved for one company per industry. Recognition is provided at all diversity events listed below, in addition to diversity club retreats and the Many Voices: Perspectives on Diversity at the GSB admissions event which brings more than 100 prospective diversity candidates to campus.
- $10,000 – Diversity Lead Sponsor
- $5,000 – Diversity Event Sponsor
Please see the Diversity Events with their descriptions below:
The Hispanic Business Student Association (HBSA) 17th Annual Latino Leadership Banquet
The Latino Leadership Banquet celebrates academic achievement, historical perspective, and the ongoing presence of the Latino community at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Black Business Students Association (BBSA) Gala "Gala 31"
The BBSA "gala" provides the opportunity to bring together African and African-American students, alumni, and professionals in the greater Bay Area.
Women in Management (WIM) Banquet
The women of the GSB are independent critical thinkers, who are destined to be the future leaders of companies, big and small, around the world. The WIM Banquet celebrates the ability of extraordinary GSB women to lead in a complex, pluralistic world.
If your company would like to support the Stanford Graduate School of Business as a corporate sponsor of diversity programs, please contact us.