Yesterday, our friends at Manhattan GMAT contacted us with great news. They are officially launching their recruitment drive for their 2nd Annual Social Venture Scholars Program, through which the firm will offer 25 full-tuition scholarships for an intensive, nine-session GMAT preparation course (a $1440 value). Adding to the unique nature of the program, the course will be taught at its New York City classroom center by Manhattan GMAT founder Zeke Vanderhoek (commencing January 28, 2008).
So, who is eligible for these scholarship?
These competitive scholarships are offered to individuals who (1) currently work full-time in an organization that promotes positive social change, (2) plan to use their MBA to work in a public, not-for-profit, or other venture with a social-change oriented mission, and (3) demonstrate clear financial need.