Read more about why the FYP sets Tuck apart for students in the Tuck 360 MBA blogs below.
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.