Each year, Tuck's industry specialists and groups of students journey to the world's most dynamic cities to tour firms, engage with industry leaders, and meet Tuck alumni. Student-run career clubs lead treks to other industry hubs. Read student posts in the Tuck360: MBA Blog.
What Students Say ...
- "The trek offered great insights into the marketing world and possible jobs out there, but more importantly the trip confirmed that regardless of the path I choose, I sure am lucky to have this kind of network in my corner!"—Brian Cook T'17. Read his blog post.
- "The three days were a whirlwind of presentations, cocktails, open Q&A, and smaller breakout sessions—one of which was likened to speed dating, an interesting recruiting analogy! It proved, however, to be an invaluable opportunity to connect with Tuckies, all of whom were enthusiastic about helping us navigate recruiting, sharing career advice, and were proud of what distinguishes their firm—whether that includes industry expertise, office and case model, or personality." —Nicole Daniele T’16. Read her blog post.
- "Throughout the trek, I was consistently impressed by the enthusiasm of the Tuck alumni – not only in terms of their willingness to help us understand their own roles and career progression, but also by their genuine interest in helping us make the best decision possible when it comes to recruiting (whether or not it means recruiting for their particular firm). For me personally, the trek cemented the strength of the Tuck alumni community and made me feel like I had people on my 'team' in New York." —Chris Weber T'15. Read his blog post.
- "I attended an early-morning meeting at IDEO, had lunch at Google, met the new CMO of Facebook, and attended a happy hour at The Parthenon Group’s office overlooking the Bay as the sun set in the background." —Avi Sethi T’16. Read his blog post.