Student Opportunities - National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA)
The Maine Business School is a proud partner of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA), Boston chapter.
Check out our MBA program featured in the NBMBAA newsletter:
University Partner Scholarship Program (UPSP)
As a Gold Status member under the UPSP, the Maine Business School provides one NBMBAA student member with a full-time scholarship in the MBA program. The award, known as the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship, covers full-time tuition—9 credit hours in the fall and spring each, plus 6 credit hours in the summer—and is auto renewable up to two years, providing maintaining academic good standing. The award is disbursed for the academic year, starting in the fall; thus, the applicant should apply well before the fall semester, preferably prior to January 15th. This is also listed at: http://www.bostonblackmba.org/partners/university-relations/university-partner-scholarship-program.
Eligibility: Active student membership from an NBMBAA chapter nationwide and meeting UMaine’s admission requirements delineated at: www.umaine.edu/business/mba.
About the NBMBAA Boston Chapter:
To become a premier MBA chapter, leading, developing and supporting diverse professionals, entrepreneurs, corporate partners and youth leaders within our community.
To provide professional leadership and educational developmental opportunities through high impact monthly activities, interactive learning sessions, corporate and social networking opportunities, MBA preparation and scholarships; as well as professional skills training.
Carol L. Mandzik, MBA
Manager of MBA Programs & Internships
Associate Graduate Faculty