Willamette MBA's unique cross-sectoral approach

Serving the business, government, and not-for-profit sectors since 1974.

The founders of Willamette MBA believes that one of the most valuable parts of receiving a diversified degree like an MBA means you can take your career into any sector. The Public and Not-for-Profit Management concentration and Willamette MBA's unique Philanthropic Investment for Community Impact experiential course prepares students for careers in government or not-for-profit sectors. Each year, about 85% of Willamette MBA graduates choose a career in business, while 15% choose a career in government or not-for-profit sectors.

Below are some examples of our alumni who have taken their career paths into business, government or not-for-profit sectors. Please check back regularly as we share more of our alumni’s successes with you.

 

Business

    Oregon Angel Fund founders

Willamette MBA, JD/MBA students create Oregon-based angel fund

 

    Shanbo '16

MBA alum credits phenomenal success to Willamette

    Brandon Nash and family

Willamette MBA Alumni Spotlight: Brandon Nash MBA'12

    Renjen MM'86

Renjen MM'86, Deloitte Global CEO, named among world's most influential business leaders.

Government or not-for-profit

    Kyle Roadman

Willamette MBA alumni spotlight: Kyle Roadman

    Andrew Galen'17

Willamette MBA alumni spotlight: Andrew Galen'17

    Ben Crop

Pursued an MBA with an eye on theatre

     Shanbo '16

 

MBA alum credits phenomenal success to Willamette

 

     Carolyn Yocom MBA'88

Exec in Residence Carolyn Yocom MBA'88 visits Willamette MBA

 

 


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