How Wharton Supports Students in the Public and Not-for-Profit Space
Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives appreciates all our students, prospective students, alumni, and faculty working in the public and not-for-profit space who are dedicated to serving their communities. Your work makes a tremendous impact on our society, and we appreciate the perspectives and experiences you share.
We support our students who work in these areas with several programs, including financial aid:
- Application Fee Waiver
- The John M. Bendheim Loan Forgiveness Fund for Public Service
- Financial Aid Information
- Financial Aid Webinar
If you have any questions about the application process or the program, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!
See how Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives helped these alumni explore their interest in the not-for-profit space.
Julian Baldwin, WG’16
President of Career Day 365
A pharmacist, Julian Baldwin, WG’16, came to Wharton San Francisco’s EMBA program to advance his career. During the program, he was inspired to launch Career Day 365, a career-readiness nonprofit to connect professionals with high school students for career mentoring.
Read his story
Katherine St. Onge, WG’16
Senior officer, Calvert Foundation
“There is a high level of interest in the social impact space at Wharton and among my EMBA classmates. About once a week, I connect with an undergrad, full-time MBA student, alumni or one of my classmates to talk about impact investing.”
Read her story