Caroline attended the 2013 Forté College Leadership Launch for Women and gives you the run-down of what to expect at the conference.
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If you feel like your undergraduate major is not working out, and you are nervous about the consequences of switching, do not worry! Many, many people have been in your shoes, made the decision, and survived. They were probably even better off for making the change.
While we may position ourselves for success within our major or school environment, it is also just as likely that in setting strong and sturdy pathways for our future we may overlook -- or worse, micro-define -- our roles and position in the grand scheme.
Educational inequity faces many of our young girls in the K-12 educational system, particularly girls from low-income communities, and the implications extend well beyond their school years into their future earning potential. We need strong leaders in education to help solve these important challenges.
It’s clear that the lure of a career in financial services hasn’t abated for Diana Reid over her decades of success. In fact, she thinks that right now is exactly the right time to enter the industry.
Are you considering an MBA, but would prefer to work full time? What options are available and what do you need to do to apply? With the help of seasoned MBA Admission professionals, we'll help you better understand and prepare for the journey ahead.
Hear from successful part-time and Executive MBA alumnae from Forté sponsor schools who are excited to share their personal experiences with prospective MBA women.
This webinar is specifically targeted for women with engineering backgrounds applying for the MBA. With the help of seasoned MBA admission professionals, we'll help you better understand and prepare for the journey ahead.
Should I go through a grueling application process, two more years of school, and gain debt for the MBA? Every individual’s answer will inevitably differ, and diverse career paths will offer contrasting recommendations or requirements to pursue the degree. However, there are five people that each of us should speak to while deciding if the MBA is right for us.
Watch out for these professional missteps—landmines that can derail the careers of even the most brilliant managers.