B-Schooled Podcast Episode #123: Tips for LGBTQ+ —and Other Underrepresented— Applicants

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All of us who put together this podcast are on a mission to help MBA applicants shine their brightest when applying to business school. For this episode of B-Schooled, we sit down with SBC consultant Marc Paulo—who has worked in admissions at UVA Darden and for private sector leaders like McKinsey and Bain—to share lessons we have learned from working with LGBTQ+ and other underrepresented applicants over the years.

This podcast is NOT ONLY for members of the queer community. It is a must-listen for ANY APPLICANT who might not feel as if they are part of the mainstream and/or who has a unique perspective to share.

Do not miss these nine great tips for those wishing to tell their unique stories in bold and authentic ways.

B-Schooled episode #121 can be found here, or take a listen on any of the major podcast platforms below.

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SBC’s star-studded consultant team is unparalleled. Our clients benefit from current intelligence that we receive from the former MBA Admissions Officers from Wharton, Booth and every elite business program in the US and Europe.  These MBA Admissions Officers have chosen to work exclusively with SBC.

Just two of the many superstars on the SBC team:
Meet Anthony, who served as the Associate Director of MBA Admissions at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he dedicated over 10 years of expertise.

Meet Kim, who was an Senior Associate Director of Admissions at Chicago Booth.

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