What is Summer Venture in Management (SVMP)?
A long-standing Harvard Business School tradition, SVMP exposes high-potential college students to the HBS MBA experience for one week during the summer between junior and senior year. SVMP participants engage in HBS case method instruction, which helps them to develop a broad understanding of today’s business environment and encourages them to consider business school as an option after college graduation. It’s an extraordinary opportunity to strengthen your problem-solving skills, build lasting relationships with HBS faculty and peers, and open your eyes to possibilities for your future that you may never have dreamed possible.
Wondering whether business school is a good fit for you? We encourage you to apply for SVMP and explore what an MBA program has to offer. You might just discover a new direction for your future.
Who is eligible to apply?
Participants are selected based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, and personal characteristics. Because SVMP is designed to help promote educational diversity and opportunity in business, we also take into consideration whether the applicant is:
• the first family member to attend college;
• a member of a group that is currently underrepresented in business schools and corporate America (e.g., African-American, Latino, Native American, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender);
• from a family with little or no business education or experience; and/or
• a student at a school from which graduates are underrepresented in business (e.g., a community college’s four-year degree program or a predominately minority college).
To apply for DC TAG, District residents must use the DC OneApp, the online application college-bound students use to apply for funding from the District of Columbia’s Tuition Assistance Grant (DC TAG). DC TAG provides up to $10,000 toward the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition at public four-year colleges and universities throughout the United States, Guam and Puerto Rico.
DC TAG also provides up to $2,500 per academic year toward tuition at private colleges and universities in the District and private Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and two-year colleges nationwide.
The 2014/2015 DC OneApp will be available February 1. The deadline is June 30. Complete the DC OneApp and submit the DC OneApp Required Supporting Documents early.
Important Notice: You must apply for DC TAG yearly.
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