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Path2MBA Spotlight:
The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania

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.

Wharton is synonymous with business excellence. If you’re considering pursuing your MBA at Wharton, you’re considering the best.

For undergraduates and graduates in their senior year, Wharton offers the Advance Access Program to defer admission by two to four years to gain quality work experience.

Join Wharton MBA program admissions representatives and ask questions about the program and also Diversity in Action, a two-day event for prospective Wharton MBA students who are women, members of underrepresented minority groups, or identity as LGBTQ.

Path2MBA at Wharton

Saturday, September 10, 2022, at 12:30 PM – 01:15 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. Participation in sessions and the opportunity for 1-1 chats are ONLY available to those who have completed the Path2MBA interest survey and were admitted, click here to apply JumpStart Path2MBA September Master Application.

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

Speaker at The Event

Quinton McArthur

Senior Associate Director
Quinton McArthur is the Senior Associate Director for Diversity Recruitment in the Wharton MBA Admissions Office. Prior to Wharton he spent 15 years working in selective undergraduate admissions. He specializes in diversity and inclusion initiatives, focusing on students of color, students from low-income backgrounds, first-generation students, rural populations, women and military veterans. Quinton earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Morehouse College and master’s in Education Policy and Higher Education from the University of Maryland at College Park. He and his family reside in Philadelphia.