Stacy Blackman Consulting Offers a ‘Social Impact Accelerator’ to MBA Candidates
Stacy Blackman Consulting (SBC) is a leading MBA admissions advisory firm with a proven track record of acceptances to the world’s top MBA programs. With over twenty years of experience, Stacy Blackman and her team recently noticed the lack of extra support being offered to students who want to pursue a career in social impact.
Therefore, Stacy Blackman Consulting has collaborated with Chandler—a Stanford GSB/HBS dual admit and 20-year serial social entrepreneur—to put together a one-on-one consulting model with a suite of supplemental resources to guide social impact-focused applicants through each element of the MBA application. The MBA Social Impact Accelerator includes an MBA School Selection Guide, five 40-minute Inside Track videos with advice from top admissions officers, five Inside Track working modules that give tips and exercises, and one-on-one time with your consultant.
Since Stacy and Chandler are aware that students pursuing a career in the social impact industry may have financial constraints, SBC is proud to offer the Social Impact Accelerator to clients at a discounted rate, including 12 hours of one-on-one consulting. SBC also offers scalable options to add additional hours if needed so you are getting all the attention you need and deserve!
Chandler, formerly being an MBA student pursuing social impact, highly encourages applicants to “be bold and be authentic.” Applicants should not present themselves as who they think the admissions officer wants them to be. Finally, he advises applicants to put together a realistic and achievable plan for post-graduation.
SBC can provide you with the extra support and guidance to help you through the application process. However, space for the MBA Social Impact Accelerator Round One 2021 is limited. If you are interested in being part of the Accelerator program, you will need to submit a resume and a brief statement explaining why you should be considered to [email protected]. These openings will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.