Kellogg’s Executive MBA and Evening & Weekend Program is often attended by women in the pivot point of the mid-career marathon, often juggling school, career and growing non-career commitments. Starting in 2018, we are pleased to offer select female prospective students the Drake Scholarship
thanks to the generous support of EMBA alumna, Ms. Ann Drake, class of 1984 with the intent to remove the financial burden that weighs on many future female leaders during their prime career years and allow them to focus on their studies and their future. The Drake Scholars award will be based on the merits of a candidate’s application and potential as a leader.
We offer a variety of resources to all Kellogg alumnae through our Career Management Center
, including free alumni professional-development coaching and mentoring. Another resource is the Kellogg Executive Women's Network, which was founded to create opportunities to connect women professionally and personally, nurture growth and leadership and encourage alumnae to provide support for one another.