ROMBA – Reaching Out is the global association for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer MBA students and alumni. It is best known for the ROMBA conference, an annual conference of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) graduate business school students - the world's largest gathering of LGBTQ business students
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) - MLT’s MBA Prep program provides high-potential Black, Latino, and Native American professionals with ten months of personalized guidance and strategy to navigate the way to success through the application process, business school, and beyond. You will be paired with an all-star MLT coach who will help you develop your own winning game plan and a stronger application. With MLT MBA Professional Development, you will team up with an experienced coach to clarify your career goals, participate in immersive industry bootcamps and build a personalized career roadmap. In addition to this insight and guidance, you will have the opportunity to interview for internships three months before you start business school, potentially starting your MBA program with an internship offer.
The Consortium – Rice Business is proud to partner with The Consortium whose mission, is to enhance diversity and inclusion in global business education and leadership by striving to reduce the significant underrepresentation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in both member schools’ enrollments and the ranks of global management.
Toigo Foundation – Toigo offers lifelong introductions, professional development and employment opportunities for careers in private equity, hedge funds, investment banking, investment management, venture, real estate, public service and more.
MBA JumpStart – JumpStart specializes in identifying and developing highly skilled female and minority professionals who possess the expertise, experience and academic credentials for today's competitive market. JumpStart creates long-term success by connecting employers with exceptionally qualified diverse candidates.
Prospanica – Formerly National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA). Prospanica and founded in 1988 to empower and enable Hispanic professionals to achieve their full educational, economic, and social potential.