||Message from Admissions:
We hope that you continue to find the information included in this monthly diversity enewsletter helpful in learning more about the Yale SOM community.
For those who have applied to Yale SOM through the Consortium, you should have received an email outlining our process and next steps. Admissions decisions for Consortium applicants will be released on Friday, February 25. To learn more about how to apply to Yale SOM through the Consortium for next year's admissions cycle, please visit the Consortium Prospective Student page and read our Consortium FAQs.
If you applied directly to Yale SOM in Round 2, you can learn more about the next steps in the admissions process in the January issue of the admissions enewsletter.
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|Latino Leadership Association Takes on the Job Hunt|
Through a mentoring program, interviewing critiques, and outreach to other Yale groups, the student club aims to help its members advance their careers. More...
|Keeping Diversity in the Foreground
A panel discussion called Modern Workforce in Real Life: SOM Student Stories opened this year's SOMunity. SOMunity is a series of programs designed to be educational, and to increase awareness of and celebrate the diversity of Yale SOM's student body. More...
| WIM Celebrates Diversity of Club Membership
WIM's co-directors, Anthea Tjuanakis '11 and Jan Faraguna '11 focused this year on celebrating the vast diversity of WIM's membership, which includes all SOM women, by co-sponsoring events with a variety of other clubs. More...
"An effective leader for business and society is one who is able to hear, understand, and communicate with people from all segments of society. In order to educate such leaders, Yale SOM is committed to promoting diversity and creating a community that cultivates a wealth of perspectives."
– Excerpt from the Yale SOM Vision Statement on Diversity