Financial services represent a wide variety of roles, as well as sub-industries such as investment banking and investment management.
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Laila, a pediatrician, has always been an incredibly high achiever with a philanthropic and entrepreneurial spirit, and big dreams. Will she be able to articulate her goals well enough to convince Harvard Business School and Stanford GSB she has the focus and determination to achieve them?
MBALauncher Divinity Matovu begins University of Pennsylvania's Wharton MBA program this fall with a focus on finance and entrepreneurial management.
Over the course of a day, C2B attendees built leadership skills, enhanced their resumes, networked with leading companies and graduate schools, and learned about various internship and career opportunities.
How did Alison Micucci's rural roots and love for law get her where she is today? Alison boils it down to stepping out of her comfort zone to let some level of risk in at certain points in her career.
Maria DeMuro didn’t have a distinct dream job when she was younger. However, an entry-level consulting role and networking with (mostly male) peers in financial services enabled her to discover her interest in investment banking.
Female MBAs—whether they’re pursuing or leveraging the degree—have a unique mark on women’s advancement.
Identifying and closing both performance and opportunity gaps in the workplace are the keys to success.
"Being an engineering major, the last thing you think about is business, but think about it -- if you move up higher in a company, for example, to become Vice President of your division, you will need to have a strong business foundation."
Stephanie Henderson majored in Political Science and minored in African Studies at Middlebury College, aiming high in her plans to work for the Peace Corps in Sub-Saharan Africa. Today, she applies that same enviable ambition in a vastly different role, loving her job as an equity research analyst for Fidelity Asset Management in Boston, Massachusetts.