The MBA Enterprise Corps Currently Accepting Applications
Posted 10.31.06The MBA Enterprise Corps is currently accepting applications for its January 2007 program with Business Advisor positions in: Azerbaijan - (Micro-Finance and Banking) Southern Sudan - (Micro-Enterprise and Private Sector Development) Nigeria - (Micro-Enterprise and Tourism Development)
The MBA Enterprise Corps, 13-14-month standard assignment, consists of one week orientation in Washington, DC and 1-2 months of in-country intensive language and acculturation training followed by 12 months of work as a business advisor/consultant with a host organization.
Benefits for MBA Enterprise Corps members:
•Transportation to training and orientation in Washington, DC and to the host country for Corps member and spouse-if applicable;
•Monthly living allowance varies country by country-averages $1000 per month;
•Furnished apartment with utilities;
•Medical and life insurance;
•Travel expenses and visas;
•Student loan deferment assistance; and
•Re-entry stipend of $4,000 upon completion of the assignment.
Requirements to be a MBA Enterprise Corps member:
•Must have the ability and desire to adapt to and understand the culture of host countries;
•Must have 2-3 years of professional work experience;
•Must be able and willing to serve for 13-14 months;
•Must have or acquire valid passport at the time of applying; and
•Must recognize that the Corps is not a typical post-graduate career opportunity, but rather a truly unique experience with long-term career benefits.
How to apply:
To apply for an MBAEC assignment, please contact the MBAEC school representative at Case Western Reserve University, Carolyn Solis, Carolyn.email@example.com.
A nominating committee at each school reviews applications, interviews candidates and nominates qualified candidates. MBAEC matches candidates to assignments based on qualifications and the needs of the host organization.
Deadline for Applications:
November 20, 2006 (to begin in late January 2007)
MBA Enterprise Corps (MBAEC), a division of Citizen’s Development Corps (CDC), is a private non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to promoting economic development in emerging markets and transitioning economies. MBAEC provides international opportunities for recent (within 5 years) MBA graduates from the top 50 business schools in the US.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.mbaec.org
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