The Full-Time MBA Program is committed to our efforts of supporting and developing the next LGBTQIA+ business leaders. By connecting your personal interests, academic plans, and career goals, the program provides various resources and opportunities to foster your success.
Spartan Pride | ROMBA Fellowship | Career Support & Recruitment | Programmatic Leadership Support
Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) is an organization whose mission is to increase the influence of the LGBTQIA+ community in business by educating, inspiring, and connecting MBA students and alumni.
ROMBA holds an annual conference for LGBTQIA+ MBA students from across the country to network with fellow students and employers looking to recruit LGBTQIA+ specific talent for their companies. As a member school, the Broad College provides professional development, peer connection, and career prep.
Broad’s Full-Time MBA Program is proud to be a sponsor school of the ROMBA organization. As such, we are pleased to offer fellowships to LGBTQIA+ students pursuing a Full-Time MBA. All ROMBA fellows at MSU are chosen at the time of admission and are guaranteed for two years.
Students who qualify to be a ROMBA Fellow receive the following benefits:
Spartan Pride is a student resource group that builds relationships between the Eli Broad College of Business student populations, faculty, staff, alumni, and corporations that are focused on LGBTQIA+ awareness. Furthermore, we provide professional networking opportunities, promote a safe and supportive environment for students, faculty, and staff, and facilitate professional development focused on representation of LGBTQIA+ individuals in Business.
As the first and only LGBTQIA+ organization in the Broad College of Business, Spartan Pride is focused on the support and development of both undergraduate and graduate students.
Employers with ratings of 100% on the Corporate Equality Index recruit Broad MBA students.