Inside Goizueta took place over three days, Thursday through Saturday, November 8-10. It’s the business school’s annual prospective weekend event for diverse leaders seeking career advancement through business education.
Graduation is here, and my classmates and I are preparing to leave GBS and begin the next phase of our careers. As we close out our time as students, I thought it would be fun to reflect back on five of my favorite experiences at Goizueta.
What would business school be if not for a little competitive spirit? For the second year in a row, my classmates have sponsored the “GBS Olympics” which offers a series of games and competitive challenges between the first-year and graduating MBA classes.
April is an exciting month here at GBS because we get to welcome our incoming students to campus for the first time during our annual Welcome Weekend!
I’m super excited for this time of the year since Atlanta has so much to offer! I’ve only had one spring here so far, but it’s got me looking forward to the next few months.
A consistent part of my MBA experience has been the theme of entrepreneurship.
It is true that much of your time as an MBA is spent studying for exams, meeting with project groups and preparing for interviews. However, what truly completes the MBA experience is the extracurricular and social activities in which you can engage.
It’s spring-time in Atlanta, and we all know what that means — Piedmont Park is open and ready for festivals, markets and pick-up sports. As one of Atlanta’s largest public outdoor spaces, all 189 acres, the park offers up an abundance opportunity for fun and excitement.