Tuck 360: MBA Blog tagged with Clubs and Activities

Find out what sets Tuck apart. Hear from the people who make Tuck distinctive among the world’s top MBA programs—students, partners, Tuck admissions staff, and the Tuck administrators who will work with you throughout your two years at Tuck. The Tuck 360: MBA blog combines candid insight about life at Tuck from students and partners with helpful insider tips and advice from Tuck staff who want you to succeed at Tuck.

Beyond Tuck: Dartmouth Athletics and Felix Zhang

Guest Student Contributor, June 18, 2014

About the Series: Tuck offers students a diverse and unique experience, both in and outside of the classroom. While people may consider Hanover, New Hampshire a small town with limited opportunities to pursue one's interest, Tuck’s close relationship with the rest of the Dartmouth community and Upper Continue Reading 


Beyond Tuck: Dartmouth Athletics and Fanis Tigkas

Guest Student Contributor, June 04, 2014

About the Series: Tuck offers students a diverse and unique experience, both in and outside of the classroom. While people may consider Hanover, New Hampshire a small town with limited opportunities to pursue one's interest, Tuck’s close relationship with the rest of the Dartmouth community and Upper Continue Reading 


Why should you attend Tuck’s Military Visit Day?

Guest Student Contributor, April 15, 2014

Dan Bleicher T'15, grew up in Fort Lauderdale, FL and attended the USNA, graduating with a B.S. in Political Science.  Upon graduation he flew S-3 Vikings as an NFO and E-6B Mercury’s as a pilot.  He also served as the Executive Assistant to the Continue Reading 


Tuck’s 12th Annual Business and Society Conference

Stephanie Butler, March 27, 2014

The Center for Business & Society recently hosted its 12th annual Business & Society Conference, themed "Business as a Lever for Social Change." Tuck faculty, staff, students, and industry leaders came together for two days of sessions covering everything from social entrepreneurship to climate change to ethics. Thursday highlights Continue Reading 


Tuck Women go to UCLA for Stock Pitch Competition

Guest Student Contributor, March 19, 2014

Michaela is a T’15 who lived in Asia before Tuck, working in sales and trading for a bulge bracket investment bank. She is pursuing a career in Investment Management after Tuck and will be co-chair of the Investment Club next year.   A few weeks ago, a team of Continue Reading 


Digital Strategies Fellow Interviews Time Warner VP

Stephanie Butler, March 05, 2014

Like other research centers at Tuck, the Center for Digital Strategies offers an MBA Fellowship program for second-year students.  Those interested in business strategy and the impact of information technology in the extended enterprise are asked to submit a letter of interest, a resume, and complete an interview before Continue Reading 


Remote Tuck Partners: An Off-Campus Community

Guest Student Contributor, February 11, 2014

Rebecca P. is a TP'15 who lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and works with Social Entrepreneurs in Boston.  Her Tuckie was a high school history teacher before coming to Tuck.  Rebecca can frequently be found driving on I-89 accompanied by their dog, Harry.  As a "remote" partner (meaning Continue Reading 


Student Consulting Group Helps Local Businesses

Stephanie B. - Admissions, January 22, 2014

Over the past few months, teams of T'15s have participated in 66 projects for 15 organizations through the student-run group, Tuck Student Consulting Services (TSCS).  Yesterday, T'14 Co-Chairs Alena Harrison and Eric Winn, invited the community to view a summary of the group's  Continue Reading 


Fun for all seasons!

Kate T. - TP'15, December 14, 2013

As Fall B wraps up at Tuck, I am amazed by how much Tuck Partners (TPs), and their students and families, have experienced during our first months in Hanover and the surrounding Upper Valley area. Below is just a sampling of some of the fun activities that have been planned Continue Reading 


From Military to Business: Thriving in the Transition

Admissions, December 05, 2013

Kristin Roth, Associate Director of Admissions, explains how Tuck fosters a successful transition from the armed forces to a career in business.  Learn more about the Armed Forces Alumni Association, a student group who's primary mission is to provide resources and support to veterans Continue Reading 


Be. Build. Become…Diversity Conference 2013

Guest Student Contributor, December 04, 2013

Selemon Asfaw is a 2nd year student at Tuck. He’s an organizer of the 2013 Diversity Conference as well as Co-chair of the Tuck African Ancestry Business Association. Prior to Tuck, Selemon was an education entrepreneur doing work in the Midwest with public and private enterprises. Next year he Continue Reading 


2013 Women in Business Conference: “No Limits”

Student Post Archive, November 20, 2013

On October 25 and 26, Tuck welcomed more than 125 current and prospective students, alumnae, faculty, staff and friends to take part in workshops, panel discussions, and mock classes as part of the 2013 Women in Business Conference. The planning process among the two other co-chairs and I began in the spring.  Continue Reading 


Student Founded, Tuck Food Society

Stephanie B. - Admissions, October 25, 2013

Grow. Make. Sell. Eat.  The Tuck Food Society is perhaps the newest club on campus. Founders, Erica Johnston, Divya Belavadi, and Isabella Liu are all first-year Tuck students with a passion for both business and food.  The club’s mission aims to help students explore careers along Continue Reading 


A Week in the Life…

Carolyn Sherry - T'15, October 10, 2013

It’s Monday, October 7. What a week- here’s a quick timeline of events… Monday, September 30: Take a Managerial Economics final. Three out of four MBA classes are done. Study for a Statistics Final. Tuesday, October 1: Take a Statistics final. Fall A is officially complete and you Continue Reading 


Career Services: The First 30 Days

Jonathan Masland - Director of Career Development , October 07, 2013

Yesterday, nearly 200 first-year students packed into cars and buses and headed to Boston and New York City to take part in three days of company visits as part of the Career Development Office’s (CDO) annual consulting, investment banking, and marketing treks. These visits offer students a great opportunity Continue Reading 


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