“Fun-loving dog mom and pasta enthusiast with a passion for businesses giving back.” Meet Sophie Maus 23MBA!
Career pivoters are survivors, courageous and determined. They refuse to be defined by antiquated views of what their career should look like and instead pursue the challenge of trying something new in search of better opportunities and upward mobility. These are some of the findings from a new research study I conducted as an Executive MBA student at Goizueta. I was able to conduct the research as a Directed Study that fulfilled one of my elective course requirements.
May Zhou 23BBA, a Goizueta student studying marketing and environmental science, describes her summer internship at the non-profit, Elemental Excelerator in part one of her video blog series.
ClimateCAP 2022 was truly a one-of-a-kind opportunity for MBA students hoping to make an impact in this area regardless of the role they pursue post-graduation and highly effective at sparking important conversations around such topics.
Being an entrepreneur isn’t for everyone–high risks, charting the unknown, embracing insecurity. But anyone can become an entrepreneur because the skills of entrepreneurship can be learned. Across all those skills is a common theme–entrepreneurs have grit. Forged in this definition of grit, a combination of courage and resolve, lie key traits that an entrepreneur must learn to embody.
Goizueta student Simran Hussain 23BBA, studying marketing and international business, describes her summer internship at Adidas in part one of her video blog series.
“I have learned that I perform at my best when my work has an impact on the people around me.” Meet Ivan Guerrero 23MBA!
Future Climate Careers in Reporting and Measuring Climate Impact, Climate Strategies, and Climate Operations
I came two years ago to Goizueta Business School to enhance my skills as a business leader who leaves a positive impact on society. My own passion for sustainability was instilled in me by my birthright as a Costa Rican citizen. It was further reinforced when I realized the inequitable consequences of the climate crisis, a phenomenon that affects every country in the world.