Carrie Tarkocin sat down with Jason Coleman, Dennis Hannum, and Danny Simmons to try and figure out how the magic happens — where the hardworking men of the Building Events team transform Harper Center to meet our every need.
Our Experience of the Kilts Center Marketing Case Competition: In the grand tradition of Booth’s “pay it forward” culture, we are here to give our two (or technically, five) cents to ensure victory in such competitions.
Over past few weeks when I asked 2Y Boothies on their MBA exchange plans (or not), I received some intriguing responses. Diving deep, I realized that there were few myths surrounding an MBA exchange experience and I should (as an exchange candidate) take the opportunity to provide some clarity it deserves
I’m not a traditional CEO. To start with, I’m 30 years old. I’m hands-on, extremely data-driven, and strive to understand every aspect of the business—from the back-end code of our website to the shipping process from our LEED-certified facility just outside of Chicago.
Each year, Booth’s scholarship committee awards select second-year students honors and scholarships based on demonstrated leadership, service to the Booth community and outstanding academic performance.
My experience with venture capital recruiting was just as fun as everyone makes it out to be – long, somewhat tiring, but intellectually stimulating.
I came to Booth to start a successful and sustainable social enterprise that helps people gain access to opportunity. When I sat down with Nakul Gupta to talk about MyMBACircle.com I thought I was gathering information that would help me launch an undergraduate career coaching venture, but after our conversation it was clear that we were working on similar problems from different starting points.
The newly elected first year cohort presidents and representatives for the full-time MBA program discussed our platforms and learned how to go about making an impact at Booth over the next two years. We want to represent your voice to make the Class of 2020 the stuff of legends.
Now that the LEAD curriculum has officially wrapped up, it’s time for first year Booth students to consider applying to become a LEAD Facilitator (LEAD Facil, for short) in 2019. For many LEAD Facils, the experience is an impactful way to give back to incoming first year students.
From a personal perspective, I had never worked abroad or visited Africa, so the internship struck me as a great opportunity for an amazing life experience.
Remember sitting in on sessions with Alumni during orientation and hearing them say how business school is the time to take risks? Well turns out, we may have taken that advice a bit too seriously.
My BizOps experience at Credible included extracting, manipulating, and analyzing proprietary data to critically think about and make recommendations on our customer distribution and re-engagement strategies.
Over the summer, I worked at the Surge Institute, a nonprofit organization focused on developing emerging leaders of color in education and equipping them with executive leadership and personal development skills.
Kristin Tassini talks banking, suits and her summer in Investment Banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
When you think about portfolio managers who make billion-dollar investment decisions, you’re probably not thinking about Baltimore, Maryland. But that is exactly where I spent my summer. I interned at T. Rowe Price, a long-only mutual fund with $1.0 trillion in assets under management.
My project this summer brought together two things I care about deeply: helping nonprofits succeed and having diversity and inclusion discussions that lead to action.
Landing at Houston International Airport on a toasty Saturday evening in the middle of June brought with it a sobering realization – I was about to start work after a year-long vacation disguised as education (in short, an MBA)
I spent this summer as a product manager at Amazon working on sponsored products – those ads that show up as “Sponsored products related to this item” when you search for something.
My experience with venture capital recruiting at Booth was very much “just-in-time”, with my first interview at ForgePoint occurring in late April/early May.
Elise and Tunde share their vision for Booth as leaders of this year’s Graduate Business Committee.