In August, Manhattan GMAT declared that it would donate 10% of its revenue to TEP, a charter school in Washington Heights (a neighborhood in NYC) started by Manhattan GMAT Chairman Zeke Vanderhoek. Manhattan GMAT has finally made good on its pledge and donated over $100,000 to the school.
Manhattan GMAT believes the teaching profession should attract the most talented candidates to the field, and we are proud to support the students at teachers at TEP as they pursue this goal.
If you would like to learn more about TEP, please visit them at www.tepcharter.org.
Businessweek reported last week that it’s getting harder and harder to get many business schools to defer your offer of admission for a year. Some business schools are even trying to curtail the practice altogether. So don’t plan on applying a year early and hope they’ll keep a seat warm for you. If you find yourself in this position, the comforting thought is if they let you in once already, they ought to just let you in again.
On the bright side, your GMAT score will still be good!
Our good friends at mbaMission, one of the top Admissions Consulting firms anywhere, are generously hosting a free online event on Thursday night, December 10th, at 8:30 EST. Jeremy Shinewald, the Founder and President of mbaMission, will discuss what you can do to help yourself if you’re applying for Business School next year. After all, you have 10 months or so. What should you prioritize? What should you do first? For answers to these questions and others, go ahead and register.
Thanks to Jeremy for hosting the event!