Having spent most of my life outside of the United States, I came to business school unsure how to pursue the seemingly overwhelming task of picking a direction with my studies and career.
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The MBA program goes beyond teaching students the academic content they need to navigate the business world; it also adequately simulates a manager’s day by stuffing too much to do in too little time.
Recently, dozens of Goizueta Business School students journeyed to Detroit, Michigan, to embark on the journey that is the National Black MBA Association’s Annual Conference & Exposition.
On Aug. 28, Emory MBAs reconvened from their summer internships to meet their One-Year colleagues and form teams to do good in the community. Over 200 MBAs were engaged in charitable community service with an enthusiasm that is nearly overwhelming. I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to lead a team that had a four-hour window to design a STEM education program for Atlanta’s Kroc Center. The center is dedicated to bringing performing arts and athletics to underserved communities, and we were extremely excited to help them expand their portfolio of programs into the sciences. Four hours does...
Twenty-one speakers, five days, and a tour of Washington’s greatest highlights — what a thrilling week to be a part of The Washington Campus! In one week, I learnt how to better navigate the healthcare policy environment and the interactions among different players within it through diverse and engaging speakers and experiences in Capitol Hill and different companies, such as Kaiser Permanente. To summarize my key takeaways: Same problems, but new approaches Our healthcare system is an anomaly — healthcare comprises 18 percent of our GDP, higher than other developed countries, and is expected to grow in the future....
Each summer, Social Enterprise @ Goizueta co-invests with social enterprise partners to provide stipend funding that creates opportunities for MBA students to work with social enterprises as interns. We talked with Alanna Shuh, Hannah Wilson and Rhushi Bhadkamkar about their summer work in Atlanta, Los Angeles and Nairobi.