"The VCU Executive MBA program has had a remarkable, observable effect on all of our graduates. Two are now vice presidents and officers of the company."

Michael J. Morecroft
Former President & CEO
Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc.

 

Dear ${Contacts.First Name},

Why are you considering an Executive MBA?
Perhaps no one involved in Virginia Commonwealth University's Executive MBA program knows the motivations and aspirations of our students better than John Worth, our director of Graduate Professional Development. John meets with students one-on-one and holds regular workshops and webinars for students.

The quality of our faculty is among our greatest strengths. So it's no surprise that our graduates tell us that one-on-one consultations with John are one of our program's most valuable benefits.

After decades of conducting personalized, career-accelerating appointments with EMBA students at VCU (and previously at the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School EMBA and UVA Darden School of Business MBA), John has found that most professionals who pursue an EMBA fall into one of four categories:

1) "I love my company, but I want to advance & become a more 'listened to executive."

2) "I love my company, but I want to change function."

3) "I'm ready for a change and, as I earn my MBA, I plan to conduct a job search."

4) "I want to start my own business."

If you see yourself in one of these categories, our Executive MBA program can truly be a game changer.

Learn more
I am always happy to meet with you in person or by phone to answer your questions individually. Feel free to reach out to me using the contact information below or our EMBA Meeting Request Form.

I look forward to working with you,

William J. Miller
Executive Director of Business and Alumni Development
Graduate Executive Programs
Virginia Commonwealth University
wjmille1@vcu.edu
Office (804) 828-3622
Direct (804) 828-3941
Snead Hall, B3106
301 West Main Street
Richmond, VA 23284

Ready to take the next step?

 






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