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Forté College to Business Leadership Conference

Wherever your dreams take you, you need business skills to get started. Business isn’t an exclusive major or a career track — it’s a universal language that unlocks leadership opportunities.

Forté wants everyone to have a solid business toolkit to navigate the professional world. Now is your time to explore business career paths, connect with corporate recruiters and MBA school reps, and hear from amazing role models.

The best part? The conference is free to attend! Forté even offers travel stipends so all undergrad women have the opportunity to dream big.


  1. Gain a deeper understanding of the many career field paths in business industries and functions through the panel spotlight series.
  2. Interactive workshops to build your leadership skills and develop your personal brand. Get a head start on your internship and job search.
  3. Explore the MBA in your future- learn what you can do today to prepare for an MBA tomorrow.
  4. Network with recruiters, executives, and role models at the Career Expo.
  5. Meet 500+ exceptional peers from around the country. Find your co-founder, investor, next best friend, or maybe even all three!




"What does a career in business really mean? What are my options and who's doing it? What's my path? Not only can you explore what you want to do but you have a whole network of people who can help you understand how to get there."

— Diane Sinti, Director Human Capital Consulting, Deloitte

"The most valuable part of the day was networking with the company reps and getting valuable advice about securing and getting the most out of an internship. As a woman, I really want to make sure I have the right connections and have the ability to choose the right path for me."

— Attendee, Forté College to Business Leadership Conference

Thank You Fall 2019 Forté Conference Sponsors

  • Citi
  • Bloomberg
  • Credit Suisse
  • Deloitte
  • Greystar
  • J.P. Morgan
  • UBS
  • Columbia Business School
  • IESE Business School
  • University of Pennsylvania (The Wharton School)
  • University of Virginia (Darden Business School)
  • Yale School of Management