Institute for Diversity in the Arts, Stanford University
The Institute for Diversity in the Arts + Committee For Black Performing Arts is the premier program for students interested in identity, diversity, and the arts. Through classes, performances, and events featuring some of the most cutting-edge contemporary artists, IDA+CBPA highlights the role of art and culture in creating aesthetic and social change. In addition, we offer opportunities for students to get deeper into the IDA experience.
Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP)
LEAP is a national organization founded in 1982 with a mission to achieve full participation and equality for Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) through leadership, empowerment and policy. With original programs in leadership training, public policy research and community education, LEAP raises the impact and visibility of APIs in all sectors. LEAP is headquartered in Los Angeles and has an office in Washington, DC.
National Black MBA Association
Established in 1970, the National Black MBA Association is dedicated to develop partnerships that result in the creation of intellectual and economic wealth in the black community. In partnership with over 400 of the country's top business organizations, the association has inroads into a wide range of industries as well as the public and private sector. Yet all of NBMBAA's partners have one thing in common: they are all committed to the organization's goals and values.
National Society of Hispanic MBAs
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) is the premier Hispanic business organization dedicated to building and advancing Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development. Recognized as the nation’s most prestigious Hispanic organization, NSHMBA has 39 chapters in the U.S. and Puerto Rico serving over 19,000 members since 1988.
United Negro College Fund
UNCF (United Negro College Fund) is the nation's largest and most effective minority education organization. UNCF provides operating funds for 38 member historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), scholarships and internships for students at about 900 institutions and faculty and administrative professional training.