Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

New Baumhart Scholars MBA combines profit and purpose

New Baumhart Scholars MBA combines profit and purpose

Baumhart Scholars receive a $20,000 scholarship and an array of specialized resources to accelerate their careers and their impact.

The Quinlan School of Business is launching an extraordinary and highly selective new program for working professionals looking to marry profit and purpose in their career: the Baumhart Scholars MBA.

As part of Loyola’s commitment to helping young business leaders doing well and doing good in their career, all Baumhart Scholars will receive a $20,000 scholarship.

"If you are passionate about social impact and want to be a world-class business leader, we invite you to apply for this unparalleled opportunity," says Kevin Stevens, dean of the Quinlan School of Business.

The 20-month program, which begins in August 2019, is run in collaboration with the Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility.

Introducing the Baumhart Scholars MBA

Watch as Dean Stevens and three business leaders who have committed to mentor Baumhart Scholars share their excitement about program:

Program distinctions

All Scholars will take part in exclusive opportunities as part of their world-class MBA experience at Quinlan, including:

  • Specialized curriculum: Baumhart Scholars learn specialized leadership and impact skills alongside the fundamentals of business. All courses integrate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues into the area of study.
  • Individualized mentorship: Scholars meet bimonthly with professional mentors at the forefront of integrating business strategy and social purpose. Mentors include CEOs, heads of corporate social responsibility efforts, and other executives at leading Chicago organizations.
  • Exceptional networks: Scholars get special access to a leadership network of higher ambition executives who are marrying profit and purpose. Also, scholars go through Quinlan’s nationally ranked MBA together, which helps build strong connections with fellow Scholars.

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