Building Compassionate Leaders for Silicon Valley and Beyond
Amidst a constantly evolving business landscape, the Leavey School of Business is committed to cultivating the ethical business leaders needed to transform the world. With a prime location in the heart of innovation, our programs empower students to thrive inside and outside the classroom as they immerse themselves in internships, global experiences, and hands on learning in Silicon Valley.
Challenge Alert: All gifts made to the MBA Inclusive Excellence Scholarship Fund on the Day of Giving will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $10,000 by LSB Dean Ed Grier and his wife, Valerie! Learn more about the MBA Inclusive Excellence Scholarship Fund below.
This year, our priorities include:
- Community Fellows. The Leavey School of Business Community Fellows Program places talented and committed undergraduate business students in paid, year-long internships at nonprofit and government organizations. Fellows also enroll in a year-long academic experience to reflect on and explore social justice and economic issues.
- Graduate Scholarships. Our business school enables graduate students to build deep connections with Silicon Valley through MBA, MS and Online programs. Additional scholarship funds will help us compete more effectively for high-achieving men and women who not only excel academically, but who also model leadership in the spirit of Jesuit commitment.
- Overall Student Success. Personal and professional development of LSB students remains a focus as we navigate the pandemic and look for opportunities using technologies to ensure positive outcomes and experiences. From resources to support DEI initiatives to resume writing, interviewing workshops and networking we strive to build confidence and empower to fulfill their potential.
Thank you for going All In for the Leavey School of Business! Through your generosity, students like Darius Johnson ’23 are already making an impact in their industry of choice!
MBA Inclusive Excellence Scholarship
MBA Inclusive Excellence Scholarships will be awarded to candidates who, while bringing strong academic and work experience credentials, also enhance the diversity of cultures or perspectives. These scholarships are awarded to MBA candidates based on demonstrated support of the academic, personal or professional advancement of underrepresented minorities (individuals who are citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. and are of African American/Black, Native American/Alaskan Native, Hispanic/Latinx, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander descent).