Wharton African American MBA Association

Wharton African American MBA Association (AAMBAA) represents all students of African descent in the MBA program at the Wharton School.  AAMBAA emphasizes academic achievement, community involvement, and career success, and supports students in those ends through various programs and initiatives.  AAMBAA is dedicated to increasing the number of students of African descent at the Wharton School through outreach to prospective students, and building bridges to alumni to maximize the power of the AAMBAA alumni network.



Wharton Hispanic American MBA Association

Wharton Hispanic American MBA Association (WHAMBAA) is an organization with a threefold mission: to increase qualified minority representation, to provide a balanced Wharton experience, and to act as an exceptional career resource.  WHAMBAA is actively involved in recruiting events such as Explore Wharton and Wharton Welcome Weekend.  WHAMBAA builds its sense of community through a wide range of social events, and focuses on being a career resource to its members by working with firms interested in recruiting Hispanic talent and maintaining a good relationship with professional organizations such as NSHMBA (National Society of Hispanic MBAs).