Francesca has always thrown herself into projects with great energy and passion, but can she convince Haas and Stanford that she can make a real impact, and also handle the quant side of the MBA?
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How do you get from where you are today to where you ultimately want to be? You could climb the ladder in a traditional sense or lattice your way to your desired job. Find out the pros and cons of each method.
Becca discovered the value of the MBALaunch program through the structured approach to the challenging MBA application and an automatic network of amazing MBA-seeking women.
In our new MBA Admissions Clinic series, the Fortuna Admissions team evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of MBA applicants and provide advice for improving the chances of getting in.
Your second act is after your first job or two and after any advanced degrees you might pursue, but before you become an effective senior manager, CEO, or celebrated entrepreneur, and before your grand finale. How can you maximize this period of your career?
The return on investment in Forté MBALaunch is truly exponential through new connections, GMAT prep, and a support network of women with like-minded goals.
Making the decision to pursue an MBA may appear to be the most challenging hurdle to pursuing the next stage of your professional development. Do you leave your job (even if you hate it), or try push yourself through scheduling hell by working and studying? How do weddings or babies factor in to the picture?
"Being around motivated people all learning about something new and trying to improve themselves is highly stimulating. That’s what you’re super-motivated to do in attempting to get into business school. Well, that environment is exactly what MBALaunch offers."
Veronica invested her Tuesday evenings and Saturday afternoons into the MBALaunch program -- and the return was immeasurable.
From an early age we are asked to reflect on our desired career path. As we make our way through high school and college, our ideas for a career start to formalize through the selection of a major, internships and job experience. So how do you go from having a job to mapping out a career?