Join Clear Admit CEO Eliot Ingram, Illinois/Gies Director of Admissions & Recruitment, Jennifer Larson and Illinois/Gies Director of Action Learning Andrew Allen to discuss the benefits of Action Learning during your MBA experience.
Wednesday, April 4th , 2018
12:00 p.m. EST
In this online information session, the panel will discuss how prepared students are for the job market via Action Learning experiences, how action/experiential learning can make a difference in your career and what skills you will gain through your action learning experiences:
Topics covered include:
- How experiential learning in your MBA program can enhance your career
- How the get the most out of the experiential component of your MBA program
- The different types of experiential programs at different MBA programs
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Andrew Allen- Director, Action Learning
Before joining the University of Illinois, Andrew worked for KPMG and Opportunity Fund in the San Francisco Bay Area and ran a startup in the higher education space. For the past 7 years, Andrew has worked in the area of experiential learning – or learning by doing – and has been involved in over 300 client-based projects at the University of Illinois and at several universities around the country.
Jennifer Larson- Director, Recruiting and Admissions
Jenny leads the Illinois MBA recruiting and marketing team. Previously, and when she first joined the College of Business in 2014, Jenny served as a MBA career coach. She also has more than 15 years of sales and marketing experience in both the public and private sectors, serving as Assistant Athletic Director for Sales and Marketing with Illinois Athletics and the Assistant Director of Marketing for the University’s primary entertainment venue, Assembly Hall. She began her career working for Hyster Company/NACCO MHG. She is also an alum of the Illinois MBA.