You will be presented a lot of opportunities during business school, be sure to stay true to yourself and what you want to accomplish so that you don’t become overwhelmed by the volume of things that you think you should get involved in. The MBA experience is one that is very transformative in many different levels.
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Every time I told acquaintances I was moving with my boys to start school in France they gave me a look of utter bafflement. My husband and I made the trek from sunny California with our feisty 9 month old (going on five) and our five year old (always 9 month old puppy) German Shepherd.
Enjoy life as a student. Get down to case competitions. Think outside the box to get connected. Explore and contribute.
I recently wrapped up an amazing summer internship at Paramount Pictures, in Interactive Marketing and Analytics. With two weeks left in between the end of my internship and the start of school, I also just went on a trip to Barcelona, the French Riviera, and Paris with a fellow Marshallite.
So, you’ve conquered the GMAT. Check! Perfected your essays. Check! Submitted the applications and waited anxiously before receiving the incredible news that you’ve been admitted to your number one choice for business school. Congratulations! Now that you’ve celebrated and the excitement has quieted down, I’m sure you’re thinking, “Now what?”
Talking to Zoe Hillenmeyer, winner of this year’s Edie Hunt Award (named for Forté’s Board Chair Emeritus), it’s easy to see why she was able to successfully reinvigorate and rebrand what is now called the Olin Women in Business (OWIB) organization during her tenure as an MBA student.
Meet Simone Washington.
Meet Robyn Moss.
University of Pennsylvania, B.A. Psychology, 2007 Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth 2014 Hometown: Calabasas, CA Pre-MBA Work Experience: Actuarial consulting at Ernst & Young in NYC, energy consulting at PowerAdvocate in Boston Why did you decide to pursue an…
Meet Evgenlyna Kalenykh.