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The NBMBAA National MBA Scholarship Program awards scholarships to deserving graduate
students demonstrating strong communications skills, community involvement and
leadership ability. Scholarships range from $1,000 - $15,000 and include membership to the association.
- Be a student in their first, second, third, or fourth year enrolled
full-time at an accredited college or university in the United States, or
Canada at the time of award (September).
- Submit essay on provided topic.
- Have a 3.0 or above GPA.
- Demonstrate academic excellence.
- Demonstrate exceptional leadership potential.
- Be actively involved in their local communities through service to others.
- Be recommended by faculty advisor.
- APPLICATION: Must be completed online.
- ESSAY: Complete a 300 word essay on the selected topic - submitted online only.
- TRANSCRIPT(S): Required - upload a copy of your most recent official transcript(s).
- PHOTOGRAPHS: Submit a headshot in jpg. The image should be at least 1024 x 768.
Recipients are required to:
- Agree to participate in limited public relations activities.
- Agree to become an active member in local chapter.
- Scholarship awards up to $15,000.
- NBMBAA® annual membership.
It has been discussed that, “Managers are people who do things right and leaders are people who do the right thing.” (As stated by business leadership guru Warren Bennis in Fast Company magazine.) It is argued this distinction was accurate but potentially dangerous because it could distort how some bosses—at all levels—may view and do their work. It could encourage bosses to see generating big and vague ideas as the important part of their jobs—and to treat implementation, or details of any kind, as mere “management work” best done by the “little people.” Discuss the Bennis statement. “How will securing a MBA degree help you to not be a big picture manager? What plans for your first or second year assure a non-myopic view? What does MBA-level study mean?
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