For their First-Year Project, five Tuck students worked with the Normandy Institute to cultivate a vision for the future.
Samuel Goldhar T'18 joined fellow Tuck students in Germany to kick off their 10-week global consulting project with PERI as part of the First-Year Project course.
“That morning, 40 eyes regained sight,” shares Vedrana Greatorex T’18 of her spring break spent in Nepal working with the Himalayan Cataract Project: CureBlindness.org for her First-Year Project.
Ashley Cahill T'17 describes how she and her team flew to France to spend a week at the PayPal Paris office during spring break where they conducted impactful, on the ground, primary research.
Katelyn Baldwin T'17 explains how working on a global team focused on a social sector issue in a country and culture that was new to her—during a time of national political upheaval and transition—was exactly the type of learning experience she hoped for at Tuck.
Zippity Cars is an entrepreneurial First Year Project (FYP) that provides a subscription car-care service at one’s place of work.
A team of Tuck students were tasked with evaluating the market for an emerging startup's product. Because it was such an early-stage venture, theirs was one of the projects uniquely situated between the “consulting” and “entrepreneurship” tracks.