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Career Treks - Finance, Recruiting as an International Student

CDO, October 28, 2013

Each year as the first – and notoriously rigorous – term comes to a close, the Career Development Office (CDO), in conjunction with student clubs, organizes multiple Career Treks.  The Treks offer a unique opportunity for first-year students to travel as a group, visiting sought after companies and speaking Continue Reading 


Career Treks - Finance

CDO, October 22, 2013

Each year as the first – and notoriously rigorous – term comes to a close, the Career Development Office (CDO), in conjunction with student clubs, organizes multiple Career Treks.  The Treks offer a unique opportunity for first-year students to travel as a group, visiting sought after companies and speaking Continue Reading 


ROI of a Tuck MBA

Nancy G.- Admissions, October 18, 2013

As you consider your MBA options, it's likely that one of the decision factors you'll explore is the return on your MBA investment. While the monetary rewards of an MBA from a top-school are a key motivator for many applicants, it's equally important to consider the many Continue Reading 


Career Treks - Consulting

CDO, October 17, 2013

Each year as the first – and notoriously rigorous – term comes to a close, the Career Development Office (CDO), in conjunction with student clubs, organizes multiple Career Treks.  The Treks offer a unique opportunity for first-year students to travel as a group, visiting sought after companies and speaking Continue Reading 


Career Treks - Marketing

CDO, October 15, 2013

Each year as the first – and notoriously rigorous – term comes to a close, the Career Development Office (CDO), in conjunction with student clubs, organizes multiple Career Treks.  The Treks offer a unique opportunity for first-year students to travel as a group, visiting sought after companies and speaking 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 


Internship Recruiting at Tuck

Student Post Archive, August 04, 2013

I’m sure that internship recruiting is at the front of everyone’s mind, so I’d like to share my experience in off-campus recruiting. As I’ve mentioned before, I came to Tuck focused on spending my summer in the energy industry so I apologize Continue Reading 


On-campus Recruiting Recap

Andrew M. - T'14, March 13, 2013

The winter term is now over and, with it, the on-campus recruiting process that has occupied most of my non-class time since mid-September.  I came on campus unsure of how on-campus recruiting would go (my goal is to switch careers into management consulting) but, with the help of T13' Continue Reading 


CDO Interview: What are the biggest misconceptions students have about the internship and job search

Alice L. – T’14, December 05, 2012

Alumni and recruiters are much more helpful and willing to engage you than you think. They are excited to come back to campus to meet Tuck students. Also, don’t underestimate how much your classmates can help in your job search – everyone comes from all different kinds of Continue Reading 


CDO Insights: Recruiting support for off-campus recruiting and for international students

Alice L. – T’14, November 29, 2012

One-third of our class is international and the Career Development Office (CDO) provides additional support for these students throughout the recruiting process:     Bidding: 50% of the on-campus interview slots are selected by the recruiters. The additional 50% are open for anyone to bid using a points system. This democratizes the Continue Reading 


Career reflections and CDO insights

Alice L. – T’14, November 22, 2012

I am back in LA for the Thanksgiving holiday and it’s finally given me a chance to take a step back from the whirlwind that is business school. On my way home, I stopped by Boston and met up with my old boss (also a Tuckie). He loved Continue Reading 


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