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Path2MBA Spotlight:
MIT Sloan School

Greetings From JumpStart!

Considering getting your MBA? The JumpStart Path2MBA prepares undergraduate students and working professionals to engage directly with admissions officers at our MBA program partners.

If you’re an undergraduate student, consider MIT Sloan MBA Early Admission Process, which will allow you to hold your spot at MIT while you work for two to five years before you head to the home of innovation, MIT.

MIT is a name recognized all around the world. Your MIT degree will open doors and create unimagined opportunities. That’s because MIT is exception, and a degree from MIT says you are, too.

Join MIT Sloan MBA program admissions representatives to ask questions about the program and gain essential insight into how 85% of MBA students used their degree to change their career trajectory.

Register now and have the opportunity to be invited on their 1:1’s on:

  • Saturday, June 22, 2024 10 AM to 12 PM ET
  • Monday, June 24, 2024 12 PM to 2 PM ET

Path2MBA at MIT Sloan

Friday, June 21, 2024 at 12.00 PM – 1:00 PM ET

Register Now

About Path2MBA

JumpStart’s Path2MBA is for undergraduate students and working professionals who are interested in pursuing their MBA. Through the network, you can learn about different MBA programs to find the one that fits your career aspirations as well as gain insight into financial implications and the MBA application process directly from admissions representatives.

Spots to attend our virtual forum are limited so register now for Path2MBA the sessions hosted with specific MBA programs. Click here to apply JumpStart Path2MBA Interest Survey.

Click HERE for Path2MBA Forum Schedule and Register for other MBA program sessions.

Speaker at The Event

Terrell Williams

Terrell Williams, Ed.D is a native of Jacksonville, FL, and the first male grandchild, maternal and paternal, in his family to attend and graduate from a 4-year university. Dr. Williams has over a decade of experience working in admissions on the undergraduate and graduate level. His educational and professional background offers him a depth of understanding and appreciation for the various institutional cultures, challenges, and enhancement opportunities that exist for students traditionally underrepresented in higher education.

Dr. Williams received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Bethune-Cookman University. He also holds a Master’s and Doctoral degree from Florida State University in Higher Education and Educational Leadership, respectively.