As I write this, the big news of the week is the government shutdown, but there’s definitely no stoppage of MBA students wanting to learn about the intersection of government and business this month.
Author: Pritom Das
What comes to mind when you think about what you get from business school? The degree itself? The educational experience? The great people you meet, the amazing professors you learn from or the careers you start? All the above, and then some!
Atlanta: what I consider to be the capital of the South. During my time at Goizueta, I have never come close to running out of things to do in this city.
Business school: Where people take classes and grow their careers, right? While the classroom and the career center may occupy a lot of our time, clubs are another integral part of the business school experience.
One thing that you’re sure to find at any business school is group work, and Goizueta is no different in this aspect. Class projects are an integral part of the curriculum, and I would say that most classes at Goizueta have some sort of team element to them.
It’s the fall semester, and that can only mean one thing at Goizueta: RECRUITING! Whether second-years or one-years recruiting for full-time roles, or first-years preparing for diversity conferences and career treks, a big chunk of the student population is prepping for the next steps in their careers. This could include refining their resumes, preparing their elevator pitches, working on Situation, Task, Action, Result (STAR) stories or making constant visits to the Career Management Center. Goizueta does a great job providing any and all resources students might need to be successful in the job hunt. I can remember the grueling...
In this three-part series, Pritom Das 18MBA talks about his Delta Air Lines internship as part of the Full-Time MBA Program at Goizueta.