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Forté Foundation: 2010 Forté Forums

Are you a woman who’s thinking about an MBA? If so, register today to attend a Forté Forum, the largest MBA event designed for women interested in pursuing an MBA. This fall’s Forum series will …

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Gender Differences and the MBA

While its true that both men and women seek an MBA education to broaden their skills and seek credentials that will lead to a better job and more money, the end result is often quite …

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Forté Launches Online Road Trip Game

College women and recent graduates still weighing career options should check out Forté Career Gal Road Trip, the new interactive online game launched last week by the Forté Foundation, an organization dedicated to directing talented …

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Upcoming Conferences at Stanford GSB

The Stanford MBA Admission Blog posted an entry yesterday about two upcoming conferences that prospective students may want to check out. Many Voices: Perspectives on Diversity, Saturday May 15, 2010. Many Voices is an opportunity …

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Pink Mag Ranks Top EMBA Programs for Women

Pink magazine recently examined what some of the best business schools in America are doing to reach out to women, the challenges women considering going to business school face, and how they are addressed by …

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Women and the EMBA

Are executive MBAs worth it?, asks GiGi DeVault‘s piece posted Wednesday on The Glass Hammer blog. The Financial Times‘s Della Bradshaw has described an EMBA as the “Gucci handbag of the business school world.” But, …

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