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Sep 2017

KKR Invitation: MBA Diversity Programs Insight, November 3rd

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MBA Diversity Insights Program

At Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR), Inclusion and Diversity are high priorities for the Firm. Building an organization that is diverse is a key strategic imperative. One way in which we demonstrate this commitment is through our US MBA Diversity Insights Program, an integral part of our diversity recruiting efforts to attract top talent. Eligible candidates are Black, Hispanic and/or Female 1st year MBA students.

This full-day program is designed to provide an opportunity to learn about our Firm’s culture and our various businesses, including: Client and Partner Group, Credit & Markets, Infrastructure, Private Equity and Real Estate, as well as KKR Capstone, a team of operational executives dedicated to creating value across KKR’s portfolio companies. Through a variety of presentations and interactive sessions, you will gain insight into our business model, network with KKR executives and learn about our internship opportunities and some keys to success in our industry.

Event Details

Friday, November 3, 2017
10:00 AM – 4:30 PM

KKR NYC Headquarters
New York, NY

Application deadline:
Wednesday, October 11th

Participation is limited. To apply, please click this link.

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Jun 2016

Recap: Admitted LGBT MBA Trek for Marketing & Retail

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ROMBA Marketing & Retail Trek attendees at Target’s annual Pride Kickoff Party!

10 admitted and current LGBT MBAs from 9 different business schools joined Reaching Out to visit 6 companies in the Twin Cities who work in marketing and retail. These students got to learn firsthand what it takes to manage and promote a national brand, use marketing principles in the business to business space, and see innovation come to life in unexpected ways.

2016 LGBT MBA Admitted Student Marketing & Retail trek attendees at Land O’Lakes

Thanks to 3M, General Mills, Land O’Lakes, McKinsey & Company, Target, and UnitedHealth Group for graciously hosting these admitted and current LGBT MBAs in Minneapolis!

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Jun 2016

Reaching Out: Brazil 2016 Recap

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The Reaching Out staff crossed the equator for the second annual Reaching Out: Brazil Conference on May 14. Part-learning, part-networking, part-career fair — our Saturday in São Paulo at FGV-EAESP sped by. We couldn’t have put on such a successful event without our sponsors: McKinsey & Company, AmBev, A.T. Kearney, Goldman Sachs, IBM, J.P. Morgan, and Dow.

In the morning, after a warm welcome from Reaching Out’s Matt Kidd, Brazilian students and young professionals listened to panelists speak about what it means to be out as an LGBT person at work. Then, we placed a spotlight on lesbian, bisexual, and transgender women in our second general session. This community is a double minority in the business world, and several LBT women spoke about their unique experiences and educated their colleagues about the challenges they face.

In the afternoon, we packed into a nearby restaurant for lunchtime networking. Our students and sponsors made great connections while enjoying some great São Paulo cuisine. When we returned to FGV, our program resumed with a focus on the upcoming Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janiero. We were fortunate to have a representative from Dow (a Worldwide Olympic Partner sponsor) and a member of the Rio 2016 organizing committee speak with one another about the intentional inclusion of LGBT equality in the Rio Games in contrast to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.

We wrapped up the afternoon with some breakouts on consulting, finance, and technology. Our sponsors answered questions about their industries before sending everyone down to a Career Fair where students and sponsors had the chance to talk and make connections. We really enjoyed being in Brazil for the second year in a row. Many thanks to our sponsors and the staff at FGV-EAESP. We look forward to next year!

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