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Admissions, March 21, 2017Last week, we talked about the career exploration process at Tuck. This week, job opportunities and recruiting! You've seen the stats, you recognize the companies, but how does this whole thing work? Well, it varies. Some industries have been recruiting MBAs forever and have fairly structured processes, like consulting, Continue Reading
Admissions, March 16, 2017There’s a very good chance that you’re pursuing an MBA to change jobs—sometimes pretty drastically. Though you might guess some of the services provided by a school’s career office, we imagine there are others that aren’t so obvious. Furthermore, Continue Reading
Guest Contributor, March 15, 2017By Annabel de Braganca T’18 The Tuck Business and Society Conference (BSC) this year asked attendees to consider what “Business Not As Usual” means. One of the most intriguing events of the day for me, a sometimes-baffled, ever-hopeful student of business and society at Tuck, was a Continue Reading
laurahand, March 10, 2017In the second edition of TuckCast, Alen Amini T’18 talks with president of the Women in Business (WIB) Club, Katherine Hall T’17, who is pursuing an MBA as part of a career transition from accounting into retail. Katherine was drawn to Tuck after visiting the campus during the Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, March 09, 2017By Jarett Berke T’17 Jarett is a second-year student and a former USMC pilot. Hosted by the Armed Forces Alumni Association (AFAA), Tuck Military Visit Day, themed “Setting You Up for Success," will be Monday, May 1, 2017. During the event, you’ll get a chance to see what Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, March 08, 2017Sergei Petrov T'12 speaks on the Future of Energy By Andy Ladygin T'17 Andy is a second-year student at Tuck, where he is a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, he worked in investment management in Russia, focusing on energy equities and commodities. Prior to that, Continue Reading
Financial Aid, March 07, 2017Tuck's veteran financial aid team includes director, Diane Bonin, who has been at Tuck for 19 years, assistant director, Kristy Snow (20 years), and counselor, Sandy Baker (15 years). They adhere to an open-door policy and are happy to help students during the application process Continue Reading
Guest Contributor, March 06, 2017By Helena Nannes T’17 I’m a list person. So, naturally, when I came to Hanover, I had a list of things that I couldn’t imagine graduating from Tuck without experiencing. At the top was the Revers Board Fellow Program—an opportunity for Tuck students Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, March 01, 2017Tuck Energy REVs Up By Blair Crichton T’18 In December 2016, I joined four other first-year students—Kate Barnett, Angel Fernandez Amores, and Jon Ou—to participate in the prestigious Ross Renewable Energy Case Competition (RECC) at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. We Continue Reading
Stephanie Butler, February 28, 2017Dear Waitlisters, Last week, I did a chat on Beat the GMAT specifically to offer some transparency and advice to those on the waitlist. If you attended—thank you! It was an incredibly active discussion (which I hope means it was helpful!). For those who couldn&rsquo Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 24, 2017By Kelly Thompson T’17 Kelly Thompson T’17 is originally from San Francisco. Prior to Tuck, Kelly worked in investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and as the assistant director of corporate relations at the American Museum of Natural History. Kelly spent her summer working at The Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 23, 2017It was once said that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. Four months ago, these five people were strangers that I was convinced I had very little in common with. Today they’re five of my closest mates without whom I Continue Reading
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