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Last Updated Jun 22, 2018 by

Fridays from the Frontline: Q&A with Tuck Student Ambassador Anchit Duggal

Fridays from the Frontline The Tuck Student Ambassador Program is a unique offering that enables second-year students to work closely with Admissions to engage prospective students. According to the program page, each second-year ambassador functions as a regional captain representing Africa, Asia-Pacific, China, Europe, India, Latin America, the Middle East,... Read more »

Last Updated May 11, 2018 by

Fridays from the Frontline: A Glimpse at Lean In at Berkeley Haas

Fridays from the Frontline The University of California at Berkeley has long had a reputation as a hotbed of activism, from the Vietnam Day Committee’s march toward Oakland Base in the 1960s to its divestment campaign from South Africa during the 1980s apartheid era to the most recent protests against... Read more »

Last Updated Apr 27, 2018 by

Fridays from the Frontline: INSEAD Women in Business Club Launches “Tell Your Story” Initiative

Fridays from the Frontline INSEAD’s Women in Business Club recently kicked off a “Tell Your Story” initiative on the INSEAD MBA Experience blog. The new initiative aims to offer a platform for female students to share their insights and “inspirational life stories.” The first “Tell Your Story” guest is current... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 19, 2017 by

Cambridge Judge MBA Alumna Shortlisted as “MBA Star”

The Women of the Future Awards were created to provide a platform to recognize remarkable women in business in the United Kingdom. For the 2017 awards, Harshitha Balini, a recent Cambridge Judge Business School graduate (MBA ’17), was shortlisted in the “MBA Star” category. The MBA Star category is open to... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 22, 2016 by

LBS Alumni Spotlight: The Retail Industry & Holiday Trends

Unlike the consulting, finance and technology sectors, retail has always been regarded as a safe industry for employment. That’s because no matter how bad the economy gets, the retail industry will never cease to exist as long as people still make purchases. And that’s especially true around the holidays. According... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 6, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Stacey Eryn Chin’s Path to McKinsey

Stacey Eryn Chin, a recent graduate from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, headed off to work as a consultant for McKinsey in its San Francisco office. Prior to business school, Chin held roles that ranged from education and youth leadership development to venture philanthropy and social enterprise. “I loved the work... Read more »

Last Updated Nov 9, 2016 by

A Johnson MBA Student on What It’s Like to Intern at Amazon

A native of Israel who spent three years performing audits for PwC—mostly on pharmaceutical firms and hedge funds—Ran Rabinowitch was really looking for a change. “I knew I wanted to go work for one of the tech companies, and most are headquartered in the United States, so I began looking... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 18, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Landing a Job at Bain with Limited Pre-MBA Experience

Recent NYU Stern School of Business graduate Carla Giugale, 26, was younger than many of her business school classmates and came from a nontraditional background to boot. An art history major in college, her work experience prior to Stern consisted of two years teaching fourth graders at an elementary school... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 17, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Veteran Olivia Anglade Heads to BCG

A self-professed “Navy brat,” Olivia Anglade grew up in Seoul, Korea, went to Stanford as an undergrad with an Army ROTC scholarship, picked up a master’s degree in engineering while at Stanford, and then set off to serve her country in exchange for the education she’d received. “I can do this,” thought Anglade.... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 15, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Google Spots Googliness in Mohsin Alvi

Mohsin Alvi came to business school thinking he wanted to go into consulting, went through the recruiting process, secured an internship at Deloitte and converted his internship into a full-time offer. Mohsin Alvi, Haas MBA ’16 Along the way, he got an unsolicited email from Google about a project process manager... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 28, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Jake Doroshow’s Path to Goldman Sachs

Jake Doroshow, 28, graduated from Stern in May 2016 and started a job at Goldman Sachs as a private wealth advisor in July. An undergraduate finance major who spent his pre-MBA career first at BlackRock and then at First Niagara Bank, thought he might like to stay in the finance industry.... Read more »

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