MBA 2019 Class Gift Campaign
Driven by your Class of 2019 MBA Class Gift Committee, the class gift is a way for you and your classmates to pay it forward and leave an impact on MIT Sloan. The graduating MBA class has a history of supporting the MIT Sloan Annual Fund, making a tangible difference in areas that make MIT Sloan distinct: fellowships, action learning, faculty research, and groundbreaking initiatives.
Join your classmates in making a gift by June 30, 2019, to be part of the MBA 2019 Class Gift Campaign. To help us make an impact, Kerry James (SB’95, MBA’01) has offered a challenge: if 50 members of each Ocean make a gift to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund as a part of the Class Gift, she will give $20,500. Take advantage of this exciting challenge and make a gift today! We’ll keep you updated with Ocean progress as the weeks go on.
Areas of Support
Student Support—Exponential growth in student fellowship funding through the MIT Sloan Annual Fund has allowed the school to attract the most promising, capable students.
Faculty Support and Research—MIT Sloan faculty members are supported by the MIT Sloan Annual Fund, empowering them to create compelling, relevant curriculum, hands-on learning opportunities, and groundbreaking research that changes the world.
Alumni Support—Interaction with MIT Sloan extends well after graduation. Alumni events, conferences, virtual programming, and more allow you to engage with MIT Sloan, thanks to flexible funding.
Programs and Initiatives—Action-learning labs, the Global Labs, and the Leading with Impact Executive Module are direct results of support from leadership donors.
Be part of the leadership giving society
The MIT Sloan Dean’s Circle is the school’s leadership giving society honoring donors to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund. Dean’s Circle donors contribute an annual, unrestricted gift, which can be cumulative over the fiscal year (July to June). By making a Dean’s Circle gift, you will join others in the MIT Sloan leadership giving community who contribute to the school’s mission-critical activities with one goal in mind: IMPACT.
Student participation in the Dean’s Circle starts at $500. The Dean’s Circle level increases to $1,000 for the four most recently graduated classes, and then to $2,500. To learn more, contact Kellen Epstein at email@example.com or 617-452-2682.