Despite lives full with work and family commitments, Executive MBA students also make time for outside activities and volunteer work that add meaning to their lives. Away from the classroom and boardroom, program students are accomplished athletes, talented musicians and artists, community leaders and dedicated volunteers to a variety of causes.
This commitment to developing the “whole person” is a cornerstone of the Kellogg culture, where service to the community is a way of life for students, faculty and staff.
This unique culture is also why the Executive MBA Program is dedicated to admitting students who balance their professional lives with extracurricular and leadership activities in the community at large.
Students also find the Executive MBA experience transcends the classroom. Mealtimes, class breaks, social events and other activities present informal opportunities for networking with participants and for learning about other professions and corporate cultures. The Kellogg School further widens the scope of the Executive MBA experience through study groups, a luncheon speaker series, the Partners’ Program and Sponsors’ Dinner.