Become a Partner

Learn more about how MLT’s unique insights into recruiting and retaining diverse talent can expand the leadership pipeline of your organization and the breadth of experience represented at your business school.

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Interested in Becoming a Partner?

  • Please submit the form below or click here to contact our Director of Business School Partnerships.
  • Please submit the form below or click here to contact our Manager of Business Development and Corporate Partnerships.

*Interests: Recruiting Undergraduate Talent
Recruiting MBA Talent
Recruiting Experienced Hire Talent
Employee Retention/Development – CAP

Through our programs we identify and equip high-potential African American, Hispanic, and Native American candidates to become successful leaders within their organizations.

Talent Development

Each year, we work with approximately 600 undergraduate juniors and seniors attending over 90 schools. Over 95% of undergraduate Fellows receive full-time job offers upon graduation. We also have over 400 MBA Fellows from our MBA Prep  and MBA Professional Development programs currently attending a top 25 business school. Our applicants are accepted to top ten MBA programs at three times those schools’ average selectivity. More than 75% of professionals in MLT’s Career Advancement Program (CAP) – our mid-career retention and executive development program are promoted within one year of the program. We work with our Fellows on an ongoing basis providing one on one coaching and skills building opportunities to distinguish themselves as high performers.

“We want people who understand consumers and whose insights will help us grow global markets. That’s why giving people exposure to MLT’s CAP training earlier in their careers is so helpful.”
– Erby Foster, Director, The Clorox Company

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As a partner you will have unique opportunities to form relationships with top candidates and influence career choices with a cadre of people who are well prepared for success- all before the start of the traditional recruiting process. These are sometimes done via in person special events or virtual engagements.

“We can’t imagine university recruiting without Career Prep now – that’s become part of our everyday lingo. We’ve
established best practices that will serve us well going forward.”
– Lisa Lee, Sr. Diversity Manager, Pandora Media

Networking Opportunities Among Industry Peers

Fred TerrelEach year we bring our partners together to share insights, best practices, successes and challenges. The day includes industry specific sessions and networking opportunities. It’s an opportunity for Talent Diversity and line executives to build their own professional network across industries and identify actionable ideas they can take back and implement at their organizations.