Events of Particular Interest To LGBT Community
At the Stanford Graduate School of Business, we look for diversity in the broadest possible terms, encompassing (but not limited to) educational and professional backgrounds, personal experiences and goals, culture, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and nationality.
We offer information sessions that address the perspectives of members of the LGBT community who are considering the Stanford MBA Program. Prospective candidates can learn more about the Stanford GSB from the perspective of LGBT MBA alumni and students.
We welcome people of all backgrounds to attend this event, which will address the perspectives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and transgender individuals.
We also encourage you to register with us to receive invitations to events in your area.
Many Voices: Perspectives On Diversity
Many Voices provides an opportunity for you to:
- Meet Stanford GSB alumni, students, faculty, and staff
- Learn about the unique opportunities that the Stanford MBA Program provides
- Gain insight into the admission process
Some highlights of this event include:
- MBA class immersion experience
- Student Life panel
- Lunch with current students
- Social activity with GSB representatives
- Knight Management Center tour
Registration is closed for this event. To receive invitations to MBA Admissions events, fill out the Stay in Touch form.
Also look for Stanford representatives at:
Additional on-campus resources:
- In addition to student clubs and resources at the Graduate School of Business, community centers throughout Stanford University provide opportunities and activities for graduate students.
GSB Pride Student Club
GSB Pride is a social and socially active organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students at the GSB.
It Gets Better
A personal message from a few of us at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, our contribution to the "It Gets Better Campaign."
"I was pleased to find that many companies recruiting on campus had outreach efforts devoted to gay and lesbian students.
Their efforts, combined with the support of the Career Management Center, numerous classmates, and a strong alumni community, helped me to transition from the restaurant industry to the financial services industry."
Julienne Silverman, MBA 2006
New York, USA
Associate, Goldman Sachs