Deadline: December 18, 2015 | Apply here
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Eligibility: Universities and colleges across the country are invited to compete. It is desired that a majority of the team members presenting be of an ethnic minority background
Registration fee: $150
Award: $1,000 to $7,000
Dates: March 4-6, 2016
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
KeyBank Foundation and Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University will be hosting its 12th annual Minority MBA Student Case Competition March 4-6, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio.
KeyBank Foundation will supervise the selection of a contemporary and never-before-used case topic addressing business issues with varied implications at either a national or international level. Teams of three presenters are being invited from universities and colleges across the country to compete. Please note that, due to funding limitations, no alternate member of the team is being invited to participate or sponsored by the program. Each team will benefit from the opportunity to develop important professional skills such as analyzing and responding quickly to often-complex business issues. Also, teams will have a chance to hone their communication and team-building talents while learning from the expertise of business executive judges and moderators.
December 18, 2015: Registration Ends
December 30, 2015: Selected Teams Notified
February 4, 2016: Case Distributed to Selected Teams
Awards: 1st through 4th place winners receive trophies and team awards ranging from $1,000 to $7,000. Each team will receive individual participation certificates and a team photo plaque. Members of each team will receive a participation allowance ranging from $200 to $400.
Registration: (October 1 – December 18, 2015) Each team must be composed of three presenting members. Only one team, will be given consideration for selection, per university. 16-20 teams will be selected to participate. Presenting teams selected for participation in this minority MBA student case competition must represent ethnic diversity. At least one presenting team member must represent ethnic diversity. In the spirit of this minority MBA student case competition, it is desired that a majority of the team members presenting be of an ethnic minority background (identify as being African American, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino American, Native American/American Indian or Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander).
To be eligible, teams must submit a completed registration, resumes, and $150 nonrefundable registration fee. The 16-20 teams selected to participate will receive two nights of accommodations at the Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Center. Meals are included in your registration.
For more information, please contact the competition coordinator David Harrison at FCOBemail@example.com.