Tribe Partners are actively employed alumni, successful in the world of work and keenly aware of what it takes in terms of talent and preparation to become successful. Many of them have had experience in the recruitment and hiring process. Tribe Partners are all people who feel compelled to volunteer their time, talent and experience with students because they share in Tribe Pride. They love The College of William & Mary.
Part of the overall “MBA experience” at the Mason School of Business involves making valuable connections to our community. At Mason, we encourage and develop future leaders of tomorrow through student government activities, club and committee involvement, leadership development mentoring, executive partner coaching and team-building. It is incumbent upon the leaders of tomorrow to not only strive to build better businesses, products and services, but also to build a better community. It should always be our goal to “leave things a bit better than we found them”. This has been my mantra for all of my professional and academic life.
The MBA Association is more than just the sum of its clubs and committees. The MBAA is a vehicle for communication, dialogue, networking and engagement. It is a critical ‘junction box’ connecting students with business leaders, community professionals, career recruiters, valuable alumni and most importantly, each other. Our clubs and committees offer students a way to join together through common interest to provide peer learning experiences and to provide a helping hand up into their desired career paths.
Our MBA Association is more than just a community of clubs and committees. It is more than frequent gatherings for social events, guest speakers or networking. Our MBA Association is about building a stronger community through increasing connections with alumni and civic groups. Most importantly, the MBA Association is about giving back.