The Human Side of MBA

There is no doubt that individuals would like to earn an MBA degree to find job opportunities or enhance their career and earn higher salaries. There are many others who would use their skills and money to help individuals and organizations on human basis.

The University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics students volunteered to work during their fall semester for Lexington Habitat for Humanity.

CNN reported last week that, Robert E. King, a graduate from Stanford Business School, made a $150 million dollar gift to transform the lives of the people in the underdeveloped countries.

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