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Admissions, April 04, 2017Welcome to the fourth and final week of our Career Services series! For content from weeks 1-3, please scroll to the bottom. In addition to everything the Career Development Office offers, your classmates and second-year students will also be huge resources. Reach out to Career Club leadership with questions Continue Reading
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
Admissions, December 08, 2016This fall, Pat Harrison, Interim Co-Director of Admissions, hosted a panel conversation with current students, entitled “Impact and Influence: How Women Make a Difference at Tuck.” This webinar explores the many ways women make a difference and find their place at Tuck. Hear their discussions about being supported Continue Reading
Admissions, November 15, 2016Tuck’s Career Development Office (CDO) assists students in achieving consistent career success—helping Tuck maintain its position at the top of national MBA employment rankings. Elizabeth Napier T’91, Associate Director of the Career Development Office, and current second-year students Brian Cook, Clair Briggs, Nick Ritter, Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, August 04, 2016It was a little over two and a half years ago that I got the call from Dawna Clarke. “Congratulations, Aditya! You’ve been accepted to the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.” I packed my bags and set off to Hanover, New Hampshire with exactly Continue Reading
CDO, April 30, 2016Stephen Pidgeon T’07 is an associate director of the CDO and author of the books How to Get a Job in Consulting and Case Interviews for Beginners. Talk about the logistics of the typical interview process for the consulting industry. Going back to the example of today’s Continue Reading
CDO, April 10, 2016Mathias Machado T’09 is an associate director of Tuck's Career Development Office. Discuss how you’d prepare for fit interviews for the tech industry. One of the things about tech to keep in mind is that it’s not the same as consulting or investment banking Continue Reading
CDO, February 09, 2016Deirdre O’Donnell is an associate director of Tuck's Career Development Office (CDO). Discuss how you’d prepare for fit interviews for the investment banking industry. The first thing that’s very important is to understand what the desired skill set is for the industry. There Continue Reading
Guest Contributor, January 15, 2016Remi Evans T’16, is originally from Colorado and graduated from Trinity College in 2011, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience with a minor in Math & Computer Science. Prior to Tuck she worked at Citigroup, Inc. in New York City as an investment banking Continue Reading
CDO, December 17, 2015Jonathan Masland is director of Tuck’s Career Development Office (CDO). Stephen Pidgeon T’07 is an associate director of the CDO and author of the books How to Get a Job in Consulting and Case Interviews for Beginners. Question: What should every Tuck student know about the CDO? Continue Reading
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