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By Charles Yen T'19, September 11, 2018My summer with the UNICEF Innovation Fund has been deeply fulfilling. Heading into the summer, I searched for experience within the venture capital and investing world. Coupled with my First Year Project with a Venture Capital firm focused on creating a social impact mandate for their new impact investing focused Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 21, 2017By Meghan McDavid T’18 Prominently displayed in NPR’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. is a poster of longtime NPR host Michel Martin invoking Shirley Chisholm to describe NPR’s independent status. “We are ‘unbought and unbossed.’ The listeners own us.” The reality Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 12, 2017An Internship With The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation By Zoltan Czinkoczky T’18 As you walk around the headquarters of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation in Concord, NH, you sense that it’s a special place. First of all, the building used to be a Baptist church, among others. Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 11, 2017By Caroline Stern T'18 If you asked me a year ago what I would be doing for my summer internship, I never would have guessed that I would be working for a toy company. Prior to Tuck, I worked in a very different industry—wealth management—at a Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, August 31, 2017By Joe Henderson T'18 Coming to Tuck from my previous career at a startup, I knew I was interested in exploring the venture capital (VC) space as an opportunity to combine my past experiences and my Tuck education to provide financing and strategic guidance to startups. Through my summer internship Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, August 10, 2017By Rene Bystron T'18 You might still remember one of the 90s most iconic anthems, Alanis Morissette’s “Hand In My Pocket.” The song starts with a set of dualities such as free but focused or sad but laughing and finishes with a hopeful message: What it Continue Reading
Guest Contributor, July 28, 2017“What are you going to do in the summer?” It’s a question that starts circulating among Tuck’s first-year partners by winter when student planning for summer internships is in full swing. Some partners travel with their students and experience living in a new city Continue Reading
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