Gupta College of Business to Partner with Prospanica

first_imgGupta College of Business to Partner with Prospanica A new partnership has been recently announced between the  University of Dallas – Satish and Yasmin Gupta College of Business and Prospanica—the Association of Hispanic Professionals. Together, the two institutions hope to better prepare all students at the university to enter a diverse workforce and serve in a range of specialties and fields.Prospanica aims to provide opportunities for Hispanic students, from undergraduates to MBAs. The organization has 46 professional and university chapters spread throughout the U.S., with strong ties to both universities and Fortune 500 companies. Since its founding in 1988, Prospanica has focused on its mission to empower Hispanic professionals, strengthening the entire country in the process. The partnership between Gupta and Prospanica will offer special tuition benefits for Prospanica members upon enrollment. Such benefits may be applied to all Gupta programs, whether undergraduate, graduate, or part of the Gupta College of Business Center for Executive Education.“Prospanica’s commitment to empowering Hisapnic business professionals to achieve their full potential aligns with our mission to prepare our students to become principled and moral leaders,” Gupta Dean Brett J.L. Landry said in a recent press release. “The partnership is a natural fit, and we look forward to welcoming Prospanica’s members into our classrooms.”In addition to Prospanica, Gupta has ongoing partnerships with companies such as Kroger, Southwest Airlines, Michaels, and CHRISTUS Health.Thomas Savino, CEO of Prospanica, commented on the new partnership, saying, “Prospanica strives to connect our membership to meaningful and transformative learning experiences. This partnership will offer both our student and professional members new opportunities to advance and thrive.” About the AuthorAlanna ShafferStaff Writer, covering MetroMBA’s news beat for Atlanta, Houston, and Dallas.View more posts by Alanna Shaffer regions: Dallascenter_img Last Updated Sep 13, 2017 by Alanna ShafferFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail RelatedProspanica Empowers Hispanic Students and ProfessionalsFinding a job after earning your MBA can be a challenge for anyone. For minority groups with a history of being underrepresented in professional employment, however, the challenge can appear massive. Thankfully, several organizations throughout the country are working to address the problem of lacking minority representation in business by…July 12, 2016In “Featured Home”New Partnership with Kroger Offers Educational Opportunities at GuptaThe University of Dallas – Satish and Yasmin Gupta College of Business recently announced a new partnership with Kroger, one of the world’s largest grocery retailers. The partnership between Kroger and Gupta hopes to focus on the Gupta College of Business’ mission, which aims to prepare students for a wide variety of…March 8, 2017In “Featured Region”The Top 5 Reasons Diversity MBA Conferences Should Be on Your Recruiting CalendarPictured above: Tuck second-year MBA students Bianca Goins, Sadé Lawrence, and  Jodine Gordon. More than 10,000 MBA students, business school representatives, recruiters, and business executives filled the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia late last month for one of the largest career conferences serving minority professionals. The conference has been around…October 17, 2017In “Featured Home”last_img read more