Ambitious career women are working harder than ever to reach top jobs but getting ahead these days means rethinking how they network and carefully crafting their group of contacts.
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In the first of a three part series on summer internships, hear from seven college students who share their advice on finding and landing an internship.
From studying for the GMAT to starting a school savings account, Tyeisha shares a few highlights and insights acquired from the Forté MBALaunch program as a participant and ambassador of the inaugural class.
Angela shares her experience from attending a school-sponsored etiquette dinner and how it inspired her to work on her networking skills.
As Kat is making her way through these crazy, jam-packed days with classmates, there are a few things she wishes she'd known before starting as an MBA that would have helped ease the transition.
After experiencing periods of time where Rachel felt indecisive and wavered back and forth about applying to b-school, she strongly encourages women who are on the fence to take the time to consider the Forté MBALaunch program.
Angela's first career fair made her a little nervous but with preparation and support from her friends, she discovered that it can be a valuable resource.
College students know that in order to get that target career, they need to get their foot in the door with an internship – preferably an internship that shows employers that as a prospective recruit, you are capable of doing great work. What better way to achieve this than with an internship that allows you to experience all of this? Here are five steps to land that dream internship.
As a freshman, Kaitlyn Lannan was intrigued by the older students talking about their summer internships at impressive places like Fortune 500 companies, and she decided to do some research. Here is what she learned from the process.
I’m not a huge fan of the word “networking.” If you genuinely care about getting to know a person, it comes through more effectively than having an ulterior motive. People will always be welcome to an informational conversation, and there are many different types of contacts at business school: