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You are interested in starting a male ally group on campus but you need more information before moving forward. You want to better understand issues to consider, such as how to actively engage men, what activities are successful, and how to effectively work with the Women in Business (WIB) club on your campus. You are curious about the experience of your peers at other business schools who have walked this road. You want to learn about best practices and, just as importantly, stumbling blocks.

We’ve spoken with leaders of the pioneering business school male ally groups across the country, as well as their Women in Business (WIB) leadership peers. Forté’s Men as Allies Online Toolkit distills their wisdom to provide you with a rich source of information that supports you on your journey.

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Topics covered include:

WHO IS THIS TOOLKIT FOR?
  • Men considering starting a male ally group on campus
  • Women involved with a women’s leadership group on campus who want to get men more involved
  • Administrators and faculty who sponsor, support or work with women’s leadership and male ally groups
  • Men in any role students, faculty, administrators who want to learn what a male ally is and how he behaves
  • A resource for anyone who wants to learn about gender equality

WORKPLACE TRANSITION GUIDE

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About to Graduate with your MBA? If you’ve finished your MBA and preparing to re-enter the workforce, download this document for more information on making a seamless transition.

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CORPORATE RESOURCES

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Let us know if you are interested in learning more about our Men as Allies efforts in the corporate space including a future Corporate toolkit and support in helping you create a pilot Male Allies program at work.

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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Event Ideas: Need event ideas for your Male Ally group? Forté curated a collection of events and activities that Male Ally groups have used to encourage dialogue around the topic of gender. Also included are example emails, session descriptions, and other information so you can plan easily.

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